Volume 15, Issue 2 (2005)As of Volume 14 in 2004, the Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law was renamed to the Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law. The Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law ceased publication after Volume 24, Issue 1 in 2014.
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Attacking the NCAA's Anti-Transfer Rules as Covenants Not to Compete
Ray Yasser and Clay Fees
You Don't Like It...Change the (Expletive Deleted) Channel!: An Analysis of the Constitutional Issues That Plague FCC Enforcement Actions and a Proposal for Deregulation in Favor of Direct Consumer Control
Ian J. Antonoff