Legendary sports agent Jack Mills earned two degrees from the University of Oklahoma - his first, a bachelor's in accounting, followed by his law degree. Upon graduating from law school, he served two years in the U.S. Army, performing intelligence operations.
After serving his military obligation, Jack was hired as an assistant athletic director by the University of Colorado. After a year at C.U., he entered the private practice of law, where he has specialized in sports law for more than 30 years. While his practice primarily emphasizes football, he has also represented clients in hockey, basketball, baseball, golf, skiing, and wrestling.
A member of the American, California, and Colorado Bar associations, Jack is a Director and past President of the Sports Lawyers Association, and serves on the Agents Advisory Committee to the NFL Players Association.
In addition to Jack's legal practice, he teaches a course in Sports Law at the University of Colorado Law School, and is on the Board of Directors for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Colorado.
He is a recipient of the coveted Joseph E. O'Neill award from the National Sports Law Institute, in recognition of his significant contribution to the development of sports law, ethics, and integrity.
Jack resides in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife, Cirrelda. They have three children, and seven grandchildren.