Category: Sports Law

When Agents go bad

When Agents go bad

Story from the UK this week, with former agent Nicholas Fowler sentenced to jail for defrauding his clients [Stars Fraud Agent Jailed]. It wasn’t a higher cut on a contract, but rather Nicholas losing...

Virginia Law – No Longer A Virgin

Virginia Law – No Longer A Virgin

At Virginia Law School, there is a lot of interest in strengthening the Sports and Entertainment section of the school. One of the most frequent questions that I receive as someone who has studied...

Marquette Kicks It Up A Notch

Marquette Kicks It Up A Notch

Starting this Fall, Marquette will be offering an LLM in Sports Law only for people with a law degree from overseas. Marquette will become the first Law School to offer a Master of Laws...

January Sports Law Forums

January Sports Law Forums

1. January 26, 2007 – The Loyola Sports Law Institute will be hosting its third annual symposium that will cover issues in collective bargaining and contract negotiations.  The symposium will be held at Loyola...

Sports Law Professors @ Law Schools

Sports Law Professors @ Law Schools

The Sports Law Blog has updated its list of self-identified Sports Law Professors at U.S. law schools around the country. Self-identified Sports Law Professors may not be experts in sports law, and many who...