Law & Amateur Sports
Ronald J. Waicukauski
Indiana University Press, 1982 - Law - 298 pages
This text considers such topics as the constitutional problem of due process when an athlete, coach, or team is excluded from competition; the primary issues arising in sports injury litigation; legal approaches to sex discrimination in athletics; the regulation of academic standards in intercollegiate athletics; and others.
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Liability for Injuries in Sports Activities
Legal Approaches to Sex Discrimination
The Amateur Sports Act of 1978
The Regulation of Academic Standards in Intercollegiate
The Student Athlete
A Bibliography on Sports and the Law
5th Cir academic action agent amateur athletic amateur sports organization Antitrust Laws applied athlete's athletic association athletic programs Baseball basketball Board of Educ challenge claim coach college athletes Committee compete competition conduct Cong Congress constitutional contract decision doctor duty eligibility equal protection equal protection clause Equal Rights Amendment example F.Supp federal football player Fourteenth Amendment Hearings High School Athletic Hopkins County ineligibility injury institutions intercollegiate athletics interscholastic involved issue judicial LAw Journal LAw REview League letic liability National Football League NCAA Manual NCAA rules negligence Pan-American Games parents participation person plaintiff procedural due process Professional Athletes Professional Sports property interest reasonable regulation risk sanction School Athletic Ass'n School Dist sex discrimination spectator Sports Illustrated standard student athletes Supp supra note Supreme Court tion Title Title IX Torts transfer rules United University Interscholastic League USOC USOC’s violation Weistart