The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University announced the publication of its inaugural edition of the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal at the first Arizona State University Sports & Entertainment Law Conference, held in late 2010. For a first issue of a Sports & Entertainment Law Journal, I was pleasantly surprised with the authors and content included within the Journal.
In November of this year, I was honored to be a part of Arizona State’s 2nd Annual Conference On Sports & Entertainment Law, speaking on the collective bargaining agreements within the “Big 4 Sports” along with Sports Agent Regulation.
Today, I am proud to announce that the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University’s Sports and Entertainment Law Journal has very recently presented Volume 1 Issue 2 of its Journal. The publication is available online for a limited time in digital format free of charge (download Volume 1 Issue 2 here). If you would like to purchase a print version please contact email@example.com.
The second edition includes the following articles:
1. Boxing: One Last Cry for National Uniformity, Isai Molina
2. Genetic Doping: The Lance Armstrong Case as a Preview for Future Regulations, Jason Steiner
3. Mixing Contests and Sweepstakes with Entertainment Programming, Joy R. Butler
4. Amateurism – Outdated or Still a Vital Concept?, Elsa Cole
5. Let’s Make a Deal: Examining the Contentious Relationship Between the National Hockey League and Kontinental Hockey League, Ross Appel
6. Give my Regards to The United States Copyright Office? A Determination of Whether Copyright Protection Should be Extended to Stage Directions, Ryan Byrnes
Congratulations to the entire staff at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University’s Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, including Kellen Bradley, who was an excellent ambassador for his school while I was in Tempe, Arizona in November.