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Friday, May 02, 2008
 
New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship:

Anthony N. Cabot and Louis V. Csoka, Fantasy sports: one form of mainstream wagering in the United States, 40 JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW 1195 (2007)

Peter Charlish and Stephen Riley, Should Oscar run?, 18 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 929 (2008)

A. Jerome Dees, Bring back the crowd? How governing bodies for sports should provide victims of athlete doping a better remedy, 9 FLORIDA COASTAL LAW REVIEW 179 (2008)

Marc Edelman, Why the “single entity” defense can never apply to NFL clubs: a primer on property-rights theory in professional sports, 18 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 891 (2008)

Jason Gubi, Note, The Olympic binding arbitration clause and the Court of Arbitration for Sport: an analysis of due process concerns, 18 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 997 (2008)

Bryan Lipsky, Note, Dealing with the NFL’s concussion problems of yesterday, today, and tomorrow, 18 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 959 (2008)

Bradley S. Pensyl, Note, Whistling a foul on the NCAA: how NCAA recruiting bylaws violate the Sherman Antitrust Act, 58 SYRACUSE LAW REVIEW 397 (2008)





1 Comments:

Hi,

I managed to get a full athletic scholarship with advice from this book.

Winning a Sports Scholarship

I highly recommend reading the book and following his advice.

Anonymous Anonymous -- 5/25/2008 10:49 PM  


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