Tuesday, June 7, 2011

New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship includes:
Alejandro Bautista, Comment, College football’s serial murderer: sickle cell trait, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 403 (2010)

Elizabeth Blakely, Comment, Dewey Ranch and the role of the bankruptcy court in decisions relating to the permissible control of the national sports leagues over individual franchise owners, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 105 (2011)

Erin E. Buzuvis, Transgender student-athletes and sex-segregated sport: developing policies of inclusion for intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 1 (2011)

Julia Brighton, Note, The NCAA and the right of publicity: how the O’Bannon/Keller case may finally level the playing field, 33 HASTINGS COMMUNICATION & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 275 (2011)

Andrew B. Carrabis, Strange bedfellows: how the NCAA and EA sports may have violated antitrust and right of publicity laws to make a profit at the exploitation of intercollegiate amateurism, 15 BARRY LAW REVIEW 17 (2010)

Scott R. Chandler, Whose right is it anyway?: how recent cases and controversies have blurred the lines between First Amendment protection and an athlete’s right of publicity, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 315 (2010)

Emily J. Cooper, Note, Gender testing in athletic competitions—human rights violations: why Michael Phelps is praised and Caster Semenya is chastised, 14 JOURNAL OF GENDER RACE & JUSTICE 233 (2010)

Jeremy H. Danney, Comment, Sacking CEQA: how NFL stadium developers may have tackled the California Environmental Quality Act, 19 PENN STATE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 131 (2011)

Carolyn Davis, Note, Leave it on the field: too expansive approach to evaluating Title IX compliance in Biediger v. Quinnipiac University, 76 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 265 (2010)

Chris Deubert, What’s a “clean” agent to do? The case for a cause of action against a player’s association, 18 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 1 (2011)

Joseph F. Dorfler, Casenote, America’s Cup in America’s court: Golden Gate Yacht Club v. Société Nautique De Genève, 18 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 267 (2011)

Adam Epstein, An Exploration of Interesting Clauses in Sports, 21 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF SPORT 1 (2011)

David Feingold, Who takes the heat? Criminal liability for heat-related deaths in high school athletics, 17 CARDOZO JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER 359 (2011)

Laurie C. Frey, Comment, They aren’t who we thought they were: the importance of genetic testing in Major League Baseball to prevent the falsification of players’ ages, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 425 (2010)

Jorge E. Leal Garrett & Bryan A. Green, Considerations for professional sports teams contemplating going public, 31 NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 69 (2010)

Anthony G. Galasso, Jr., Note, Betting against the House (and Senate): the case for legal, state-sponsored sports wagering in a post-PASPA world, 99 KENTUCKY LAW JOURNAL 163 (2010-2011)

Jeremy Goff, Book note, Reviewing Eileen McDonagh and Laura Papano, Playing With the Boys: Why Separate is Not Equal in Sports, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 449 (2010)

Martin J. Greenberg & Bryan M. Ward, Non-relocation agreements in Major League Baseball: comparison, analysis, and best practice clauses, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 7-137 (2010).

Thomas A. Hamilton, The long hard fall from Mount Olympus: the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games bribery scandal, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 219 (2010)

Alan J. Hart, Comment, Barry Bonds and the Baseball Hall of Fame: is it in the “best interest of baseball”?, 40 SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW 175 (2010)

Matthew J. Jakobsze, Comment, Kicking “single-entity” to the sidelines: reevaluating the competitive reality of Major League Soccer after American Needle and the 2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement, 31 NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 131 (2010)

Noel Johnson, Tinker takes the field: do student athletes shed their constitutional rights at the locker room gate?, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 293 (2010)

Richard T. Karcher, Rethinking damages for lost earning capacity in a professional sports career: how to translate today’s athletic potential into tomorrow’s dollars, 14 CHAPMAN LAW REVIEW 75 (2010)

Kristen E. Knauf, Shades of gray: the functionality doctrine and why trademark protection should not be extended to university color schemes, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 361 (2010)

Dionne L. Koller, Not just one of the boys: a post-feminist critique of Title IX’s vision for gender equity in sports, 43 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 401 (2010)

Jaime Koziol, Note, Touchdown for the union: why the NFL needs an instant replay in Williams v. NFL, 9 DEPAUL BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL LAW JOURNAL 137 (2010)

Meredith Lambert, Comment, The competing justices of clean sport: strengthening the integrity of international athletics while affording a fair process for the individual athlete under the world anti-doping program, 23 TEMPLE INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW JOURNAL 409 (2009)

Andrew Medeiros, Book note, Reviewing Jim Squires, Headless Horsemen: A Tale of Chemical Colts, Subprime Sales Agents, and the Last Kentucky Derby on Steroids, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 445 (2010)

David Marck, Comment, Necessary roughness?: an argument for the assignment of criminal liability in cases of student-athlete sustained heat-related deaths, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 177 (2011)

Steven Masur, Collective rights licensing for Internet downloads and streams: would it properly compensate rights holders?, 18 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 39 (2011)

Lauren McCoy, 140 characters or less: maintaining privacy and publicity in the age of social networking, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 203 (2010)

W.S. Miller, Changing playing fields: the sports attorney’s obligation to learn green, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 139 (2010)

Mitchell Nathanson, Truly sovereign at last: C.B.C. Distribution v. MLB AM and the redefinition of the concept of baseball, 89 OREGON LAW REVIEW 581 (2010)
Alex Porteshawver, Under review: stadium construction and state environmental policy acts, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 339 (2010)

Jo Potuto & Jerry R. Parkinson, If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: an examination of the NCAA Division I Infractions Committee’s composition and decision-making process, 89 NEBRASKA LAW REVIEW 437 (2011)

Joshua A. Reece, Note, Throwing the red flag on the commissioner: how independent arbitrators can fit into the NFL’s off-field discipline procedures under the NFL collective bargaining agreement, 45 VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 359 (2010)

Kristi L. Schoepfer & Mark Dodds, Internships in sport management curriculum: should legal implications of experiential learning result in the elimination of the sport management internship?, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 183 (2010)

John K. Tokarz, Comment, Involuntary servants: the NCAA’s abridgement of student-athletes’ economic rights in perpetuity violates the Thirteenth Amendment, 2010 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 1501

Brittany Van Roo, One trilogy that should go without a sequel: why the baseball antitrust exemption should be repealed, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 381 (2010)

Benjamin S. Weisfelner, Comment, Reverse slam dunk: making the case that the National Basketball Association’s minimum age requirement violates state discrimination laws, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 203 (2011)

Marie-France Wilson, Young athletes at risk: preventing and managing consequences of sports concussions in young athletes and the related legal issues, 21 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 241 (2010)

Glenn M. Wong, & Chris Deubert, National Basketball Association general managers: an analysis of the responsibilities, qualifications and characteristics, 18 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 213 (2011)

Laura A. Zaccone, Note, Policing the policing of intersex bodies: softening the lines in Title IX athletic programs, 76 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 385 (2010)