Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law (Seton Hall University School of Law)

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Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law (Seton Hall University School of Law)


History of the journal:

The journal began publication of Volume 1 in 1991 as the Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law. Beginning with Volume 14, the journal became the Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law.

Subscriptions:

The Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is edited and produced by the students of Seton Hall University School of Law. The price of a subscription is $30.00 per year. Subscriptions will be renewed unless notice of cancellation is received. Subscription inquiries should be addressed to:

Managing Editor

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

Seton Hall University School of Law

One Newark Center, Newark NJ 07102

Contact information:

General E-mail: sportslaw@shu.edu

Editor-in-Chief Joseph Fiteni

Managing Editor: Eric DiNapoli

Outside Articles Editor: Paul Werner

Notes and Comments Editor: Krystal Conway

Symposium Editor: Sara Kimball

Submissions:

The Board of Editors welcomes submissions in the area of sports or entertainment law for publication. Our policies are as follows:

Contact:

Please send manuscripts to:

Articles Editor

Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

Seton Hall University School of Law

One Newark Center

Newark, NJ 07102

Expedited review:

If another journal has offered to publish your manuscript, please call the journal Suite at (973) 642-8239 to request an expedited review. Please include the following information: the author's name, the title of the manuscript, a contact phone number, a contact e-mail address, the journal making the offer, and the deadline for the expedited review to be completed.

Selection criteria:

The Journal endeavors to publish articles making a significant and original contribution to the legal field.

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