Individual issues of the Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law can be purchased here.

A selection of works found in recent issues:

The Big Business of College Game Day by Professor Loftus Carson

Major College Sports: A Modern Apartheid by Professors Robert A. McCormick & Amy Christian McCormick

‘I’m His Coach, Not His Father.’ A Title IX Analysis of Sexual Harassment in College Sports by Caitlin M. Cullitan

Two for One: How the NCAA Rules Do Not Adequately Address Package Deals and a Proposed Rule to Prohibit Them by Lauren Ferrante

Foul Ball! The Need to Alter Current Liability Standards for Spectator Injuries at Sporting Events by Mohit Khare

Head East, Young Man (and comparatively older men who are likely to languish in the Minor Leagues) by Ross Appel

An introduction to and the transcript of the Arthur Miller Dialogue on ‘Sports, Media, and Race: The Impact on America, held on November 11, 2010 at the University of Texas

You Can Only Race If You Can’t Win? The Curious Cases of Oscar Pistorius & Caster Semenya by Professor Shawn M. Crincoli

The Problem With Salary Caps Under European Union Law: The Case Against Financial Fair Play by Professor Johan Lindholm

The Law Firm and the League: The Legal, and Electronic Connections Between Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP and Major League Baseball by Ross E. Davies

An Indecent Proposal? What Clamping Down on Fleeting Expletives on the Airwaves Means for the TV Industry by Shelly Rosenfeld

A brief synopsis of TRESL’s second annual symposium titled, The Role of Agents in Sports & Entertainment Law.