Volume 6, Issue 1 (1996)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.
Table of Contents
"Telling It Like It Is" A Tribute to Howard Cosell
John L. Shahdanian II
A Guide to the Legal Liability of Coaches for a Sports Participant's Injuries
Anthony S. McCaskey and Kenneth W. Biedzynski
Revisiting Excessive Violence in the Professional Sports Arena: Changes in the Past Twenty Years?
Linda S. Calvert Hanson and Craig Dernis
Constitutional Law - Search and Seizure - Illinois State Racing Board Rule Which Provides for Warrantless Searches of Racing Licensees Is Constitutional as Applied to the Search of a Jockey's Automobile - LeRoy v. Illinois Racing Board, 39 F.3d 711 (7th Cir. 1994).
Christopher A. Barbarisi
Constitutional Law - The Right to Participate in Interscholastic High School Athletics Is Not a Constitutionally Protected Right, Therefore, a Rule Suspending the Eligibility of Student-Athletes Who Transfer From One High School to Another Need Only Be Rationally Related to a Legitimate State Objective - Mississippi High School Activities Ass'n, Inc. v. Coleman, 631 So. 2d 768 (Miss. 1994).
Wm. Nicholas Chango Jr.
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Athletic Coach's Locker Room Speech Is Not Protected Under First Amendment, Even Though University Policy Is Found Unconstitutional - Dambrot v. Central Michigan University, 55 F.3d 1177 (6th Cir. 1995).
Michael P. Pompeo