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Wednesday, August 12, 2009
New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship includes:
Lindsey M. Baldwin, Note, When a goon’s goal is a green card: NHL players and the alien of extraordinary ability immigrant visa category, 22 GEORGETOWN IMMIGRATION LAW JOURNAL 715 (2008)

Erin DeNatale, Comment, FORE: the problem with the LPGA’s proposed language policy, 30 WHITTIER LAW REVIEW 623 (2009)
Marc Edelman, The house that taxpayers built: exploring the rise in publicly funded baseball stadiums from 1953 through the present, 16 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 257 (2009)

Matthew Epps, Comment, Full court press: how collective bargaining weakened the NBA’s competitive edge in a globalized sport, 16 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 343 (2009)

Victor Matheson and Brad R. Humphreys, PILOTs and public policy: steering through the economic ramifications, 16 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 273 (2009)

Stephen J. Matzura, Comment, Will maple bats splinter baseball’s antitrust exemptions?: the rule of reason steps to the plate, 18 WIDENER LAW JOURNAL 975 (2009)

Michael L. Meyer, Note, If nobody picks up the ball is it really a fumble, or is it a forfeit? The NFL Players Association request for legislative changes to the Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947, 43 VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1375 (2009)

Brianna J. Schroeder, Note, Power imbalances in college athletics and an exploited standard: is Title IX dead?, 43 VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1483 (2009)

Jeffrey Standen, The monopoly myth: a comment on the public funding of sports stadiums, 16 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 267 (2009)

Bryan Steinkohl, Comment, Now taking the field, the state government: landmark status of baseball stadiums as regulatory takings, 29 LOYOLA L.A. ENTERTAINMENT LAW REVIEW 233 (2009)

Jeffrey S. Storms, El montículo (“the mound”): the disparate treatment of Latin American baseball players in Major League Baseball, 11 UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 81 (2009)

Stephen Taylor, Comment, “Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here?” U.S. taxation of foreign athletes and entertainers, 16 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 375 (2009)


As always, this summary is much appreciated!

Anonymous Anonymous -- 8/12/2009 7:16 PM  

ooh thanks, this is great!

Blogger Whitney Henry -- 8/14/2009 1:30 AM  

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