The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is delighted to share that Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live. The Issue begins with a Foreword from Pepperdine Law Professor Maureen Weston on athlete mental health and the law. Professor Weston tragically lost her son Cedric … [Read more...] about Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live!
In addition to voting in state and local elections last week, New Jerseyans passed judgment on a ballot question concerning betting on college sporting events in the state. The question read: “Do you approve amending the Constitution to permit wagering through casinos and current … [Read more...] about New Jersey Voters Reject Gambling on New Jersey College Athletics
By: Eli Nachmany Dallas Cowboys right tackle La’el Collins has filed suit against the National Football League (NFL), challenging part of his five-game suspension for failing to cooperate with league drug testing protocols. Various articles get into the back-and-forth between … [Read more...] about Understanding the NFL’s Removal of the La’el Collins Suit to Federal Court
From September 2019—when California became the first state to pass a name, image, and likeness (NIL) law—until now, the intercollegiate athletic community has fielded a deluge of new enacted and proposed regulations from states, Congress, the NCAA, and now individual … [Read more...] about The NIL Era Has Arrived: What the Coming of July 1 Means for the NCAA
March 31, 2021 marked an important moment in the history of college sports. The Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case involving the NCAA for the first time in nearly 40 years. This article provides a comprehensive summary of that argument. What is Alston and how did we … [Read more...] about NCAA v. Alston at the Supreme Court