Fall 2017 Course Schedule

Law of Amateur Sport (LAW-795AS-001)
Jeremi Duru

Meets: 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM (Th) - Yuma - Room Y401

Enrolled: 27 / Limit: 50

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Assessment:In-class exam, open book In-class exam, essay questions Class participation.


During the course of this semester, we will address a range of topics dealing with the law of amateur sports. We will engage these topics through analyzing cases, rules, statutes, and current events. In doing so, students will: • be introduced to the basic regulatory frameworks that govern youth, high school, collegiate, and Olympic sport; • explore the concept of amateurism and contemplate its proper place on the American sporting landscape; • learn to critically evaluate the policy considerations that drive legal developments in amateur sports law; and • be exposed to the various roles lawyers can play in the sports industry.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Sports Law and Regulation, Mitten, Davis, Smith, and Duru
ISBN: 9781454882107
Wolters Kluwer, 4th Edition (2016)

First Class Readings

Pleae skim pages 1 - 20 of the casebook.


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