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Tuesday, May 26, 2009
 
New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship includes:
Scott A. Anderson, A call for drug-testing of high school student-athletes, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 325 (2008)

Genevieve F. E. Birren & Jeremy C. Fransen, The body and the law: how physiological and legal obstacles combine to create barriers to accurate drug testing, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 253 (2008)

Jonathan F. Duncan & Kristina V. Giddings, Which Washington: Constitutions in conflict?, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 231 (2008)

Marc Edelman, Moving past collusion in Major League Baseball: healing old wounds, and preventing new ones, 54 WAYNE LAW REVIEW 601 (2008)

Evan Steele Fensterstock, Comment, Shin v. Ahn applies the primary assumption of risk doctrine to injuries sustained by golfers in the same group: negligence goes unpunished, 43 NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW 87 (2008)

Eldon L. Ham, The immaculate deception: how the Holy Grail of protectionism led to the great steroid era: why Congress should revoke baseballs antitrust boondoggle, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 209 (2008)

Daniel Healey, Fall of the Rocket: steroids and the case against Roger Clemens, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 289 (2008)

Sarah L. Horvitz, Travis Tygart & Paul A. Turbow, Dopers are not duped: USADA’s assistance to federal prosecutions ultimately protecting clean athletes is not state action, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 39 (2008)

Dionne L. Koller, From medals to morality: sportive nationalism and the problem of doping in sports, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 91 (2008)

T. Matthew Lockhart, Comment, The NCAA should adopt a uniform student-athlete discipline policy, 16 UCLA ENTERTAINMENT LAW REVIEW 119 (2009)

Robert D. Manfred, Jr., Federal labor law obstacles to achieving a completely independent drug program in Major League Baseball, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 1 (2008)

Richard H. McLauren, Corruption: its impact on fair play, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 15 (2008)

Robert Moore, The Interaction Between the Americans with Disabilities Act and Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Sports, 16 Sports Lawyers Journal 231 (2009)

Will Pridemore, Book review, Reviewing David Ezra, Asterisk: *Home Runs, Steroids, and the Rush to Judgment, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 345(2008)

Abbas Ravjani, The Court of Arbitration for Sport: a subtle form of international delegation, 2 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 241 (2009)

David G. Roberts, Comment, The constitutionality of the NFL patdown policy after … Johnston v. Tampa Sports Auth. and Sheehan v. The San Francosco 49ers, Ltd., 58 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 979 (2008)

Shayna M. Sigman, Are we all dopes? A behavior law & economics approach to legal regulation of doping in sports, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 125 (2008)

Michael Straubel, The International Convention Against Doping in Sport: is it the missing link to USADA being a state actor and WADC coverage of U.S. pro athletes?, 19 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 63 (2008)





2 Comments:

Thanks Geoff, this feature is much appreciated.

Anonymous Anonymous -- 5/27/2009 4:06 PM  


Sports Law Course at the University of Peloponnese – Sparta, Greece

At the University of Peloponnese in Greece (www.uop.gr) there are many different faculties. One of them is the Faculty of Human Movement and Quality of Life Sciences having the city of Sparta in Greece as its seat (3 Lisandrou Str, 23100-Sparta, Greece). In this Faculty of the University of Peloponnese, operates the Department of Sports Organization and Management.
The goal of the Department of Sports Organization and Management is:
• To cultivate and promote science through research in the fields of sports, economy and administration, giving emphasis in the domain of sports entities.
• To provide to the students education in the fields of economic management and administration of sports entities (private and public) as well as service administration (private companies, educational and cultural organizations, local government, tourism and entertainment, health and non - profit and non - governmental organizations).
• To provide to the students the necessary means to achieve a successful scientific and professional career at a national and international level.
• To organize postgraduate studies providing specialized knowledge of a high level in the fields and knowledge domains of the Department.
• To contribute to the development of greek sports, in respect with its management and administration
• To provide specialized knowledge of Organization and Management to company and organization employees and executives in the form of certified seminars.
• To contribute to the social and cultural life of the prefecture of Laconia and the periphery of Peloponnese in general.
• To organize postgraduate studies that promote the education of scientists specialized in the specific knowledge domains of the Department.
• To promote science and research especially in the fields of protection of social civil rights, as they are defined in the framework of the E.U., the enhancement of the social state structures, the prevention and security in combination with social growth, the continuous education, the adult education and the design of new social and educational policies and institutions.
The Courses concerning Sports Law taught in our department are:
1. SPORTS LAW COURSE
2. SPORT GOVERNANCE COURSE
3. SPORTS INTERNAL MARKET AND COMPETITION RULES COURSE
These courses are taught by Assistant Professor of sports law Marios Papaloukas.
(URL: www.papaloukas.gr, email: mpapalouka@gmail.com)

Blogger Marios Papaloukas -- 6/06/2009 6:48 AM  


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