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  1. Sports Law in a Nutshell, 4th (Nutshell Series) by Jr. Walter T. Champion, 2009-08-28
  2. Sport Law: A Managerial Approach, Second Edition by Linda Sharp, Anita Moorman, et all 2010-05-13
  3. Introduction to Sport Law by John O. Spengler, Paul Anderson, et all 2009-03-13
  4. Law for Recreation and Sport Managers by COTTENDOYICE J, WOLOHANJOHN, 2007-12-30
  5. Essentials of Sports Law by Glenn M. Wong, 2010-08-18
  6. Case Studies in Sport Law w/Web Resource by Andrew Pittman, John O. Spengler, et all 2007-12-12
  7. Female Gladiators: Gender, Law, and Contact Sport in America (Sport and Society) by Sarah K. Fields, 2008-06-25
  8. Essentials of Sports Law: Third Edition by Glenn M. Wong, 2002-10-30
  9. Sport, Physical Activity, and the Law by Neil J. Dougherty, Alan S. Goldberger, et all 2002-04-01
  11. Sports Law by Patrick Thornton, 2010-02-04
  12. Sport, Physical Recreation and The Law by Hazel Hartley, 2009-08-13
  13. Sport and the Law by Deborah Healey, 2009-09-01
  14. Employment Law: A Guide for Sport, Recreation, and Fitness Industries by Gil Fried, Lori K. Miller, et all 1998-08

1. Sports Law - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sports law is an umbrella term used to describe the legal issues at work in the world of both amateur and professional sports. Sports law overlaps substantially with labor law
Sports law
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Sports law is an umbrella term used to describe the legal issues at work in the world of both amateur and professional sports . Sports law overlaps substantially with labor law contract law antitrust law , and tort law . Issues like defamation and privacy rights are also an integral aspect of sports law. The area of law was established as a separate and important entity only a few decades ago, coinciding with the rise of player-agents and increased media scrutiny of sports law topics.
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The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) was formed in 1906 to regulate intercollegiate sports competitions. Membership is voluntary. The NCAA operates along a series of bylaws that govern the areas of ethical conduct, amateur eligibility, financial aid, recruiting, gender equity , championship events and academic standards. The NCAA has enforcement power and can introduce a series of punishments up to the death penalty , the full shut-down of a sporting activity at an offending college.

2. Category:Sports Law - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This is for articles discussing law issues relating to sports. This does not include the rules of sports, such as the Laws of the Game of association football
Category:Sports law
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This is for articles discussing law issues relating to sports . This does not include
  • the rules of sports, such as the Laws of the Game of association football the constitutions of, or rulings made by, sports organisations; except cases subject to the statute or common law of a relevant civil jurisdiction
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This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "Sports law"
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3. Sports Law | LII / Legal Information Institute
sports law an overview. Sports Law encompasses a multitude areas of law brought together in unique ways. Issues such as antitrust, contracts, and torts are quite common.

4. Sports Law - Definition, Court Cases, Articles, History - LawBrain
The laws, regulations, and judicial decisions that govern sports and athletes. Sports law is an amalgam of laws that apply to athletes and the sports they play.
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    Sports Law
    The laws, regulations, and judicial decisions that govern sports and athletes. Sports law is an amalgam of laws that apply to athletes and the sports they play. It is not a single legal topic with generally applicable principles. Sports law touches on a variety of matters, including contract, tort , agency, antitrust, constitutional, labor, trademark sex discrimination , criminal, and tax issues. Some laws depend on the status of the athlete, some laws differ according to the sport, and some laws vary for other reasons.
    Amateur Athletes
    The most basic difference between amateur athletic events and professional events lies in their rewards for participation. Amateur events, by definition, do not reward victors with a prize of great value. Professional events, by contrast, reward participants and victors with money and/or other prizes. An accomplished athlete may choose to compete as an amateur if her sport does not have a thriving professional organization. Some athletes can make a living in amateur sports because victories in high-profile amateur events can lead to advertising deals and other business opportunities.

5. Sports Links Sports Law
Florida Bar, Entertainment, Arts Sports Law Section Wisconsin State Bar, Sports Entertainment Law Section New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment
Sports Law LAW FIRMS w/SPORTS PRACTICE GROUPS SPORTS LAW FIRMS Proskauer Rose Sports Law Practice New York City Sports Transactions Practice Washington, D.C. Sports Law Practice Area New York City Sports Practice Area Washington, D.C. Sports Practice New York City KMZ (Katten Muchin Davis) Rozenman Sports Law and Sports Facilities Chicago Phoenix Sports Facilities Development Chicago Houston Sports Industry Practice Milwaukee Stinson Morrison Hecker Sports Guidance Los Angeles Pepper Hamilton Sports Practice Group Pittsburgh Sports and Entertainment Practice Atlanta Davis Dixon Kirby Sports Practice Area Portland Sports Law Practice Philadelphia Herrick, Feinstein Sports and Entertainment Group New York Sports Law Practice Group Sports Law Practice Group (Corporate Department) Boston Ice Miller SEG (Sports and Entertainment Group) Indianapolis Sports Law Practice Area Indianapolis Sports Practice Area Coudert Brothers Sports Practice Group Sports Law Practice ... Perkins Coie Seattle Sports, Entertainment and Media Practice Area

6. Sports Law
Overview. Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Sports Law Service Group is a multidisciplinary group of experienced and collaborative attorneys that understand the business of sports.

7. Sports Law | Encyclopedia
Sports law is an umbrella term used to describe the legal issues at work in the world of both amateur and professional sports. Sports law overlaps substantially with labor law

8. Sports Law - Information At
Sports law Defination, Information, Reference, and Answers Sports law is an umbrella term used to describe the legal issues at work in the world of both amateur and

9. Sports Law Blog
Commentary and links related to the sports world, with an emphasis on legal issues and developments.
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10. Legal Aspects Of Sports Blog
On October 16, 2010 I had the chance to attend and present (via posters) some of my Posted in Sports Law Comments Off
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Ryan M. Rodenberg, JD/PhD
Doping Allegations
November 13th, 2010 I have a quick post on the doping allegations by Christophe Rochus over at the Sports Law Blog. Posted in Sports Law Comments Off
Top Five Sports Lawsuits
November 8th, 2010 analyzes the top five sports-related lawsuits.  Good read! Posted in Sports Law Comments Off
Trick Play in Football
November 8th, 2010 Here is video of a great trick play in middle school football. Posted in Sports Law Comments Off
Age Rules in Gymnastics
November 7th, 2010 The FIG has banned North Korea from competing at the 2012 Olympics in London.  Details here Posted in Sports Law Comments Off
October 18th, 2010 NCSSORS Journal of Quantitative Analysis of Sports JQAS 2. Sig Mejdal of the St. Louis Cardinals provided insight into his analytical work.  Baseball lends itself a type of analysis that is currently at a higher level than team sports such as basketball and football.  Basketball is catching up quickly, though.  Football looks to be the next frontier of analytical work. 3.  Michael Shuckers presented his work on NFL draft picks.  Several months ago, I read the related paper by Massey and Thaler (2010) that touched on similar topics.  At some point in the next five years, my guess is that someone will research similar issues vis-a-vis the NBA and NHL.  Very interesting!

11. Communications And Entertainment Law Journal
Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal.

12. SLA: Sports Lawyers Association Home Page
The Sports Lawyers Association (SLA) is a nonprofit international professional organization whose common goal is the understanding, advancement, and ethical practice of sports law
Former Student-Athlete Sues NCAA Alleging Scholarship Rules Violate Antitrust Law

Miami Heat Sue Radio Station for Favoring NFL's Dolphins
WAC Sues Fresno State, Nevada and Mountain West Conference over Departure Plans
Key Financial Documents Leaked for Six MLB Clubs

Clemens Indicted on Perjury Charges for Lying to Grand Jury about PED Use
Tennessee Titans Sue USC and Coach Lane Kiffin after USC Hires Away Running Backs Coach
Former NFL Players File Class Action Lawsuit Against EA Sports for Use of Likenesses in Madden Video Game
Court Rules that Cheerleading Is Not a Sport for Title IX Purposes

13. Sports Law Associates, LLC | Sports Management Resources
Home; About Us. Our Philosophy; Why Choose SMR? Recent News; What Others Say; Consulting Services. Comprehensive Integrity Assessment ; Preparation for NCAA Division I Certification

14. Sports Law UK - Home
Details of Sheffield Hallam University s sports law course and the latest news relating to sports law.
General BBC Sport Court of Arbitration for Sport ITF Doping Sky Sports Sporting Integrity Sports Dispute Res. Panel Transparency in Sport
Sports Lawyers Sports Lawyers BWB Farrar Hammonds Harper Macleod Johnson Gaunt Keystone Law Loosemores McCormicks
Sports Law Courses Undergraduate select Sheffield Hallam Buckingham Staffordshire Stirling UCLAN
Postgraduate select Coventry University De Montford Nottingham Trent Kings College Westminster
Sports Law latest headlines (Last update 8th November 2010) British shotputter drugs ban reduced Button escapes in carjack horror Ronaldo accepts libel damages Rugby League - Crusaders expect winding-up dismissal Latest Stories British shot putter Rachel Wallader has had her Olympic eligibility returned after a landmark ruling by a UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) appeal tribunal..
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Formula 1 champion Jenson Button has praised the quick actions of his police driver after armed men threatened him in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages from the Daily Telegraph at London's High Court.
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Super League club Crusaders face a winding up order from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs over unpaid tax.

15. Sports Law
An essay or paper on Sports Law. One of the most significant legal issues in collegiate sports stems from discrimination cases. Discrimination cases generally arise from either
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One of the most significant legal issues in collegiate sports stems from discrimination cases. Discrimination cases generally arise from either Title VI of the Civil Rights Act or Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title VI (42 U.S.C. 2000d) was passed as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VI prohibits discrimination on "the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving federal assistance." Title IX (20 U.S.C. 1681-1688), enacted as part of the Education Amendments of 1972, basically extended the protections of Title VI to sex, "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the regulating body for collegiate sports. The NCAA is an association of 1,200 colleges and universities that "governs college sports, including determining student athletic eligibility, scholarship limits, and academic standards for athletes," (Richey, 1999, p. 1). Historically, discrimination lawsuits have been filed against individual colleges or universities by athletes alleging discrimination . Over the past few years, more and more athletes alleging discrimination are also bringing suit against the NCAA. This analysis will discuss the types of discrimination suits being b

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Marquette Law We offer you a legal education that is personal, practical, and professional. At Marquette Law, we affirm our Jesuit heritage by following the principles and

18. The Sports Law Guru | The Nexus Of Sports & Law
Sports Law, unlike other discrete categories of law, is an amalgamation of nearly every category and facet of law. The interplay of Sports and Law is all around us.
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19. Welcome To The Sports Law Centre On The WWW
Develops collaborative research in Canadian sport law and to promote comparative studies through links with international organizations.
Last Updated: September 7 2001

20. Best Entertainment Law Schools And Sports Law Schools
Entertainment and Sports law are two engaging fields of law. Several law schools offer excellent programs in entertainment and/or sports law.
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Best Entertainment Law Schools and Sports Law Schools
National law school rankings do not focus much upon the best entertainment law schools or sports law schools. While our 2005 law school rankings provide an overall picture, this article specifically examines which are the top law schools amongst entertainment law schools and sports law schools. Please note that there is little information ranking entertainment law schools and sports law schools, so the following information should be verified more so than other national law school rankings presented on Not surprisingly, the majority of the top entertainment law schools and sports law schools are in the entertainment capitals of the world, California and New York City. The two of best law schools in California for these specialties are in Los Angeles, UCLA and USC. National law school rankings always put these law schools in the top 25 law schools overall. However, these are top 10 law schools as both Entertainment law schools and sports law schools. USC generally offers approximately 12 classes on Sports or Entertainment related matters. USC also offers their exceptional alumni network to help students land jobs in these coveted fields, which are often all about connections.

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