Depaul Journal of Sports Law & Contemporary Issues (Depaul University College of Law)

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Depaul Journal of Sports Law & Contemporary Issues (Depaul University College of Law)


The Journal of Sports Law & Contemporary Problems seeks to investigate the intersection between law and sports with a focus on today's most important sports law issues. Our mission is to educate our readers about the various legal issues surrounding the sports industry and to discuss the contemporary problems that result. The Journal strives to seek out and publish high quality materials and to attain a respected position amongst the established literature of DePaul academia.

Current News

* In the past, the journal of Sports law & Compemporary Problems has been published in a CD-ROM format. In the Spring of 2007, the journal will publish its first issue in print.

About Us

The Journal of Sports Law & Contemporary Problems seeks to investigate the intersection between law and sports with a focus on today's most important sports law issues. Our mission is to educate our readers about the various legal issues surrounding the sports industry and to discuss the contemporary problems that result. The Journal strives to seek out and publish high quality materials and to attain a respected position amongst the established literature of DePaul academia.

In addition to our publications, the journal hosts an annual symposium each spring for sports professionals and enthusiasts. Our panelists discuss their experiences and explore various sports law issues. Previous symposium guests have included an owner of the Chicago Cubs, an Executive Vice President for the Detroit Lions, an in-house counsel for the Chicago White Sox, and sports agents from the National Basketball Association and National Football League. The symposium also serves as a great networking forum for those interested in becoming part of the industry.

On behalf of the Editorial Board, writing staff and faculty, welcome to the DePaul Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems!

Editorial Board

* Brion Doherty, Editor-In-Chief

* Karen Falduto, Business Editor

* Elizabeth Martin, Symposium Editor

* Greg Diamatopolous, Editor of Outside Submissions

* Lauren Wener, Chief Editor of Writers

Writing Staff

* Kimberly Brown

* Michael Cassel

* Michelle Duff

* David Franklin

* Derrick Haddox

* Colin Laitner

* Tyler Manic

* Libby McNarry

* Brian Molloy

* John-Michael Porretta

* Michael Pullos

* Michael Silverman

* Kimberly Trebon

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