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Pay To Play: Looking Beyond Direct Compensation And Towards Paying College Athletes For Themselves, Luke Tepen Jan 2021

Pay To Play: Looking Beyond Direct Compensation And Towards Paying College Athletes For Themselves, Luke Tepen

Washington University Journal of Law & Policy

The NCAA prohibits its athletes from profiting from their athleticism while playing in the league. As public support for this policy dwindles, the NCAA must respond. This Note analyzes the policy’s history and the potential constitutional challenge the NCAA could bring against the California law. Tepen urges the NCAA to act swiftly before it is constrained by each state’s own patch-work regulatory framework. By adopting California’s Fair Pay to Play Act, the NCAA can gain control before the government forces its hand. Tepen argues this proposal will best serve the interests of athletes, the NCAA, and fans ...


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 ...