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Monday, March 09, 2015
New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship includes:

Michael Atkinson, Note, Let them play: why Kentucky should enact a “Tebow bill” allowing homeschoolers to participate in public school sports, 43 JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION 433 (2014)

Mary Meghan Balkin, “Take me out to the ball game” — the contractual implications of Wrigley Field renovations on the Chicago Cubs’ contracts with rooftop seat holders, 15 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW 211 (2014)

Kevin W. Brooks, “Physically ready to compete”: can players’ unions ban potential draftees based on their age?,  21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 89 (2014)

Timothy F. Brown, Comment, Historic districts and the imagined community: a study of the impact of the Old Georgetown Act, 24 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 81(2014)

Ashton Daley, Comment, The fourth quarter of Title IX: forty years of misrepresentation and how to get back to equal, 5 FEDERAL COURTS LAW REVIEW 247 (2012)

Brett McClain Epstein, Should the crime determine the extent of due process?: the National Collegiate Athletic Association followed such logic during the Penn State scandal, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 169 (2014)

Elizabeth Etherton, Systematic negligence: the NCAA Concussion Management Plan and its limitations, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 1 (2014)

Courtney Gesualdi, Note, Sports stadiums as public works projects: how to stop professional teams from exploiting taxpayers, 13 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL  281 (2014)

Stuart C. Gillespie, When the clock starts for pursuing past doping violations, 15 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW 123 (2014)

John Guccione, Note, Moving past a “pocket change” settlement: the threat of preemption and how the loss of chance doctrine can help NFL concussion plaintiffs prove causation, 22 JOURNAL OF LAW & POLICY 907 (2014)

Roberto Hernandez & Kimberly Rios, Chicago Prize Hoops: guiding at-risk youth to build stronger communities, 7 DEPAUL JOURNAL FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE 271 (2014)

Steffi Jose, Note, From Sport’s kangaroo court to Supreme Court: how the Court of Arbitration for Sport can legitimize anti-doping law, 20 SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 401 (2014)

Matt Kalthoff, Note, Out of sight, out of mind: confronting the legal, economic and social issues raised by Major League Baseball’s peculiar treatment of foreign talent, 29 CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 353 (2014)

Scott Kestenbaum, Note, Uniform alternative dispute resolution: the answer to preventing unscrupulous agent activity, 14 PEPPERDINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION LAW JOURNAL 55 (2014)

Ryan M. Knight, Note, A football monopoly: the lack of parity and financial responsibility in today’s game, 20 ILSA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL &COMPARATIVE LAW 107 (2013)

Tara E. Langvardt, Reinforcing the commercial-noncommercial distinction: a framework for accommodating First Amendment interests in the right of publicity, 13 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 167 (2014)

Brandon Leibsohn, Road to recovery: the NCAA’s new enforcement process creates more legal headaches, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 123 (2014)

Sarah Longhofer, Note, Contracting away sovereignty: the case of Brazil, FIFA, and the agreement for the right to host the 2014 World Cup, 23 TRANSATIONAL LAW & CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 147 (2014)

Nolan McCready, Former student-athletes' property and due process rights: the NCAA as state actor in the wake of the Penn State sanctions, 19 NEXUS 111 (2013-2014)

Jeffrey C. Meehan, Harvard or hardball? An examination of ethical issues faced by lawyer-agents, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 45 (2014)

Rick Nolan, Comment, NCAA’s call to the bullpen: bring in Congress to save the college game with an antitrust exemption, 15 FLORIDA COASTAL LAW REVIEW 447 (2014)

Chad Nold, Olympic-sized opportunity: examining the IOC’s past neglect of human rights in host cities and the chance to encourage reform on a global scale, 11 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW 161 (2014)

Kristine E. Ortiz, National Football Scouting, Inc. v. Rang: copyrightability and fair use of player performance grades, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 281 (2014)

Joshua M. Peles, Note, The most expensive seats in the house: how sports franchises and sports networks profit at fans’ expense, 13 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL  295 (2014)

David Stephen Rivard, Jr., Note, Through the eyes of the spectator: solving personal streaming of live sports under the current copyright regime through federal misappropriation, 13 APPALACHIAN JOURNAL OF LAW 197 (2014)

Jeffrey J. Tiedeman, MLB international player draft: home run or headache?, 21 SPORTS LAWYERS JOURNAL 255 (2014)

J. Russell VerSteeg, A case for a bill recognizing primary assumption of risk as limiting liability for persons and providers who take part in sports & recreational activities, 36 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK LAW REVIEW 57 (2013)


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