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Monday, March 19, 2007
 
New Sports Law Scholarship

New this week:
Glenn George, Playing cowboys and Indians, 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 90 (2006)

John A. Gray, Sports agent’s liability after SPARTA?, 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 141 (2006)

Jonathan Jenkins, Note, A need for heightened scrutiny: aligning the NCAA transfer rule with its rationales, 9 VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF ENTERTAINMENT & TECHNOLOGY LAW 439 (2006)

Peter Kreher, Antitrust theory, college sports, and interleague rulemaking: a new critique of the NCAA’s amateurism rules. 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 51 (2006)

Andrew E. Rice, Eddy Curry and the case for genetic privacy in professional sports, 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 1 (2006)

Ronnie Wade Robertson, Comment, Tilting at windmills: the relationship between men’s non-revenue sports and women’s sports, 76 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 297 (2006)

Leena M. Sheet and A. Benjamin Katz, Protecting rights in videogames: next generation licensing, 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 124 (2006)

George D. Turner, Note, Allocating the risk of spectator injuries between basketball fans and facility owners, 6 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 156 (2006)





6 Comments:

I have to confess.

I hate the scholarship updates because I really have a hard time justifying the number of subscriptions it would take to get all the articles that would be of interest.

I suspect most are printed at a loss to the university or sponsoring associations and many if not most copies end up in a law library to rarely if ever be opened up.

Of course the ad supported model wouldn't be of much help online simply because there aren't enough of us out here who would bother to visit, meaning low traffic.

I do wish a different model would emerge though, that allows for cost-efficient purchase of articles of interest.

And with that, I apologize for the off-topic rant.

Blogger Mark F -- 3/19/2007 2:36 PM  


Mark F's NCAA "March Madness" team was obviously eliminated over the weekend...

Anonymous Anonymous -- 3/19/2007 6:29 PM  


Not hardly.

They were eliminated before Selection Sunday.

Blogger Mark F -- 3/19/2007 6:48 PM  


Mark F:

You're free to hate what you want, but I will continue to put up these updates. A number of our readers are law students, who (luckily?) have free access to various on-line databases at which these articles can be obtained at no charge.

You're certainly right that subscribing to such databases is quite pricey, but you can always stop by the local law school library (wherever you live). Nearly all of these will be available there, if not through a hard copy, then via a "public access" password the law school can offer you.

This will at least be true, I suspect, for state university law schools. I am not as sure about private schools. If you're a lawyer, though, you should be able to get access.

Good luck and I'm sorry about your teams (Drexel?).

Blogger Geoffrey Rapp -- 3/21/2007 2:44 PM  


Don't take me quite so seriously on this point.

I enjoy knowing there is such work being done, just wish I had easier access.

Blogger Mark -- 3/26/2007 11:15 PM  


Some of them are available online outside of the expensive databases. Some of the law journals have their own websites where they post their articles for free. For example, the recent scholarship listed an article on a lawsuit against the 3 major providers of pay-to-play fantasy football leagues. This article (which I wrote) is available at: http://www.ncjolt.org/content/view/70/62/. Anything published in our journal will be there

Blogger Christy -- 3/30/2007 12:31 AM  


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