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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review Sep 2019

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review Feb 2019

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Jordan Lysiak Jan 2018

Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Jordan Lysiak

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Critical Look At The So-Called Locker Room Mentality As A Means To Rationalize The Drug Testing Of Student Athletes, Walter Champion Jul 2015

Critical Look At The So-Called Locker Room Mentality As A Means To Rationalize The Drug Testing Of Student Athletes, Walter Champion

Walter T Champion Jr.

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Inequality In The Game Vs. Inequality In The Legal System: The Constitutionality Of Searches And Seizures In United States V. Comprehensive Drug Testing, Elizabeth Rocco Jan 2008

Inequality In The Game Vs. Inequality In The Legal System: The Constitutionality Of Searches And Seizures In United States V. Comprehensive Drug Testing, Elizabeth Rocco

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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The Evolution Of Drug Testing Of Interscholastic Athletes, Diane Heckman Jan 2002

The Evolution Of Drug Testing Of Interscholastic Athletes, Diane Heckman

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Legal Future Of Reality Cop Shows: Parker V. Boyer Dismisses 1983 Claims Against Police Officers And Television Stations Jointly Engaged In Searches Of Homes, Christopher A. Rothe Jan 1998

The Legal Future Of Reality Cop Shows: Parker V. Boyer Dismisses 1983 Claims Against Police Officers And Television Stations Jointly Engaged In Searches Of Homes, Christopher A. Rothe

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Critical Look At The So-Called Locker Room Mentality As A Means To Rationalize The Drug Testing Of Student Athletes, Walter T. Champion Jr. Jan 1997

Critical Look At The So-Called Locker Room Mentality As A Means To Rationalize The Drug Testing Of Student Athletes, Walter T. Champion Jr.

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


University Of Colorado V. Derdeyn: The Constitutionality Of Random, Suspicionless Urinalysis Drug-Testing Of College Athletes, Robert L. Roshkoff Jan 1996

University Of Colorado V. Derdeyn: The Constitutionality Of Random, Suspicionless Urinalysis Drug-Testing Of College Athletes, Robert L. Roshkoff

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Random Drug Testing Of Student Athletes By State Universities In The Wake Of Von Raab And Skinner, Leroy Pernell Jan 1990

Random Drug Testing Of Student Athletes By State Universities In The Wake Of Von Raab And Skinner, Leroy Pernell

Journal Publications

This article will focus on the particularly complicated question of the legality of drug testing at state universities. State universities comprise a significant number of the universities involved in intercollegiate athletics at the major conference level. The state university at the same time is a branch of the state and operates under color of state law. As such, its actions fall under the additional scrutiny of the constitutional principles contained in, and incorporated through, the fourteenth amendment to the United States Constitution. In examining the legal significance of drug testing of student-athletes at a state university, this article will closely ...


Search And Seizure Of The Media: A Statutory, Fourth Amendment And First Amendment Analysis, James S. Liebman Jan 1976

Search And Seizure Of The Media: A Statutory, Fourth Amendment And First Amendment Analysis, James S. Liebman

Faculty Scholarship

On the evening of October 10, 1974, police appeared at radio station KPFK-FM in Los Angeles with a warrant authorizing them to search the premises for a New World Liberation Front (NWLF) "communique" that took credit for a recent bombing. The officers conducted an intensive 8-hour search-combing files, listening to tapes, and looking through reporters' notes – finally concluding that the NWLF letter was not at the station. The KPFK search warrant was one of six that California law enforcement officials have executed at press offices since 1972. The circumstances surrounding the incident illustrate the rationale behind the recent development of ...