THE POST-DOBBS LANDSCAPE OF WNBA AND NWSL TRADES

THE POST-DOBBS LANDSCAPE OF WNBA AND NWSL TRADES »

By: Kristina Major

One day after athletes celebrated Title IX’s 50th anniversary, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade with

Harassment Culture in One of Gaming’s Biggest Studio

Harassment Culture in One of Gaming’s Biggest Studio »

By Hunter Young

Franchises like Call of DutyWorld of WarcraftOverwatch, and Diablo have firmly cemented Activision Blizzard in the hearts and minds of gamers and

ScarJo v. Disney: The Unhappiest Contract on Earth

ScarJo v. Disney: The Unhappiest Contract on Earth »

By: Adrienne Good

A pre-COVID agreement, the meaning of “theatrical release,” punitive damages, gamesmanship, forced arbitration, and one judge’s recusal.  The Scarlett Johansson/Disney

Conservatorships and the #FreeBritney Movement

Conservatorships and the #FreeBritney Movement »

By: Ileen Younan

Britney Spears, a well-known pop star with an impressive list of accomplishments, cannot manage her own financial affairs.[1] Rather, she

Beat the Heat, Stay in Your Seat: Proposed Sports Betting Expansion in Arizona

Beat the Heat, Stay in Your Seat: Proposed Sports Betting Expansion in Arizona »

By: Riley Williams

Gambling on professional sports from the venues where the games take place could soon be a reality in Arizona. Imagine

NFL Likely to Take its Time in Decision on Punishment for Chad Wheeler

NFL Likely to Take its Time in Decision on Punishment for Chad Wheeler »

By: Collin Giuliani

On January 23, 2021, Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Chad Wheeler was arrested on suspicion of felony assault-domestic violence.[1] Wheeler’s trial

Live Panel Discussion Thursday, March 18

Live Panel Discussion Thursday, March 18 »

Please join the Arizona State Sports and Entertainment Law Journal on Thursday, March 18 at 12:15 pm MST/ 3:15 pm EST for a

International Free Speech and FIFA’s Efforts to Curb Discrimination in Football

International Free Speech and FIFA’s Efforts to Curb Discrimination in Football »

By: Evan Stele

The nation of Israel is no stranger to discrimination in international sports.[1] There is no better example of this than

Too Good to be True: The Regulation of Intersex Athletes’ Testosterone Levels

Too Good to be True: The Regulation of Intersex Athletes’ Testosterone Levels »

By: Noah Shanholtzer

Intersex athletes’ participation in professional competitions has long been a controversy in the sports world. Specifically, women with the “46

Call for Papers

Call for Papers »

The Arizona State Sports and Entertainment Law Journal has issued a Call for Papers. Please read the attached document for