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From Medals To Morality: Sportive Nationalism And The Problem Of Doping In Sports, Dionne L. Koller Oct 2008

From Medals To Morality: Sportive Nationalism And The Problem Of Doping In Sports, Dionne L. Koller

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The conventional wisdom is that in the fight against doping, the government is in the best position to clean up sport and protect the integrity of competition. The premise underlying this assumption is that in the United States, sport is private, so that the government typically has no role in its regulation. It is now, advocates suggest, with the integrity of sport on the line, the government should move off the sidelines and take action. This essay challenges that premise by arguing that with respect to doping in sports the government has not merely been a sidelines observer, but was ...


Are We All Dopes? A Behavioral Law And Economics Approach To Legal Regulation Of Doping In Sports, Shayna M. Sigman Jan 2008

Are We All Dopes? A Behavioral Law And Economics Approach To Legal Regulation Of Doping In Sports, Shayna M. Sigman

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Call For Drug-Testing Of High School Student-Athletes, Scott A. Andresen Jan 2008

A Call For Drug-Testing Of High School Student-Athletes, Scott A. Andresen

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Which Washington: Constitutions In Conflict?, Jonathan F. Duncan, Kristina V. Giddings Jan 2008

Which Washington: Constitutions In Conflict?, Jonathan F. Duncan, Kristina V. Giddings

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Sports Seminar With A Free Agent Market Exercise , Alfred Dennis Mathewson Jan 2008

A Sports Seminar With A Free Agent Market Exercise , Alfred Dennis Mathewson

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pink-Shirting: Should The Ncaa Consider A Maternity And Paterinity Waiver?, Spencer H. Larche Jan 2008

Pink-Shirting: Should The Ncaa Consider A Maternity And Paterinity Waiver?, Spencer H. Larche

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Corruption: Its Impact On Fair Play, Richard H. Mclaren Jan 2008

Corruption: Its Impact On Fair Play, Richard H. Mclaren

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Dopers Are Not Duped: Usada's Assistance To Federal Prosecutions Ultimately Protecting Clean Athletes Is Not State Action, Sarah L. Horvitz, Travis Tygart, Paul A. Turbow Jan 2008

Dopers Are Not Duped: Usada's Assistance To Federal Prosecutions Ultimately Protecting Clean Athletes Is Not State Action, Sarah L. Horvitz, Travis Tygart, Paul A. Turbow

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


The International Convention Against Doping In Sport: Is It The Missing Link To Usada Being A State Actor And Wadc Coverage Of U.S. Pro Athletes?, Michael Straubel Jan 2008

The International Convention Against Doping In Sport: Is It The Missing Link To Usada Being A State Actor And Wadc Coverage Of U.S. Pro Athletes?, Michael Straubel

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


From Medals To Morality: Sportive Nationalism And The Problem Of Doping In Sports, Dionne L. Koller Jan 2008

From Medals To Morality: Sportive Nationalism And The Problem Of Doping In Sports, Dionne L. Koller

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Body And The Law: How Physiological And Legal Obstacles Combine To Create Barriers To Accurate Drug Testing , Genevieve F.E. Birren, Jeremy C. Fransen Jan 2008

The Body And The Law: How Physiological And Legal Obstacles Combine To Create Barriers To Accurate Drug Testing , Genevieve F.E. Birren, Jeremy C. Fransen

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Invisible Pregnant Athlete And The Promise Of Title Ix, Deborah Brake Jan 2008

The Invisible Pregnant Athlete And The Promise Of Title Ix, Deborah Brake

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The question of how law should respond to women who become pregnant, and whether to specially accommodate pregnancy or analogize it to other conditions, features prominently in virtually every area of sex equality law. In debates over women's equality in the workplace, for example, it has been the defining issue for the development of and debate over various models of equality in feminist legal theory. Until recently, however, the issue has been all but absent in debates and discussion about Title IX and its promise of sex equality in sports. This changed suddenly in 2007, when ESPN televised a ...