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Monday, August 11, 2008
Recent Sports Law Scholarship

Recent scholarship includes:
James R. Devine, The Duke lacrosse matter as a case study of the right to reply to prejudicial pretrial extrajudicial publicity under Rule 3.6(c), 15 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 175 (2008)

Aaron Brooks and David Davies, Exploring student-athlete compensation:
why the NCAA cannot afford to leave athletes uncompensated

Todd Crosset and Lisa Masteralexis, The changing collective definition of collegiate sport and the potential demise of Title IX protections, 34 J.C.& U.L. 671 (2008)

Shannon Carroll, Note, Golfing on Green Acres: is the acquisition of golf courses an appropriate means of preserving open space in New Jersey?, 32 SETON HALL LEGISLATION JOURNAL 211 (2007)

William B. Gould, IV, The 1994-’95 baseball strike and National Labor Relations Board: to the precipice and back again, 110 WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 983 (2008)

Sean Hanlon and Ray Yasser, “J.J. Morrison” and his right of publicity lawsuit against the NCAA, 15 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 241 (2008)

Gregory D. Hanscom, Comment, Baseball juiced up: should the increased risk associated with the use of performance-enhancing substances create tort liability?, 15 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 367 (2008)

Daniel E. Lazaroff, The NCAA in its second century: defender of amateurism or antitrust recidivist?, 86 OREGON LAW REVIEW 329 (2007)

Tiffany D. Lipscomb, Note, Can Congress squeeze the “juice” out of professional sports? The constitutionality of congressional intervention into professional sports’ steroid controversy, 69 OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL 303 (2008)

Robin L. Muir, Casenote, Drunk or disabled? The legal and social consequences of Roy Tarpley’s discrimination claim against the NBA, 15 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 333 (2008)

Tyler M. Simpson, Comment, Balking at responsibility: baseball’s performance-enhancing drug problem in Latin America, 14 LAW & BUSINESS REVIEW OF THE AMERICAS 369 (2008)

Ryan T. Smith, Note, “Bull’s eye”: how public universities in West Virginia can creatively comply with Title IX without the targeted elimination of men’s sports teams, 110 WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 1373 (2008)


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