International Sports Law Resources

Note: The following materials are located in Eckstein Law Library's open stacks and/or in the National Sports Law Institute (NSLI). To access books that are only held in NSLI, please contact the Institute.

Comparative Treatises

Paul Anderson et al., eds., Sports betting: law and policy.
GV 717 .S66 2012
Comparative survey of the law and policy on betting and sport in more than 40 countries, including a review under European Union Law and the European Court of Justice.

Wladimir Andreff and Stefan Szymanski, Handbook on the economics of sport.
GV 716 .H37 2009
Reference work that presents an overview of research in sports economics.  Includes contributors from the U.S., Australia, Canada, and EU members.

Michael Beloff et al., Sports law.
KD 3525 .B45 2012 (also in NSLI)
(also have 1999 edition)
Focus on British and European law.  Includes table of cases and table of legislation and international instruments.

Ian S. Blackshaw et al., eds., Court of Arbitration for sport, 1984-2004.
K 3702 .C68 2006 (also in NSLI)
Outlines the history and achievements of the CAS after twenty years of operations. Includes bibliographical references and table of cases.

Ian S. Blackshaw, Mediating sports disputes : national and international perspectives.
KD 3525 .B53 2002 (also in NSLI: English and Chinese copy)
Analysis of ADR methods for settling sports-related disputes.

Ian S. Blackshaw, Sport, mediation and arbitration.
K 3702 .B52 2009
Author explains the various forms of ADR methods available for settling sports disputes, including the UK Sports Resolutions, CAS, and the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber. Includes appendices containing leading CAS Awards and WIPO Decisions.

Ian S. Blackshaw and Robert C.R. Siekmann, eds., Sports image rights in Europe.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 706.5 .S65 2005)
Overview of image rights, rules, and financial aspects.

Ian S. Blackshaw and Gillian Hogg, eds., Sports marketing Europe: the legal and tax aspects.
KJC 6063 .S66 1993
Country-by-country guide to sports marketing issues in Europe, including broadcasting, intellectual property rights, dispute resolution, and taxation.

Ian S. Blackshaw, Sports marketing agreements: legal, fiscal and practical aspects
GV 716 .B52 2012 (also in NSLI)
Overview of drafting and enforcing a wide range of US and EU agreements and sports-specific clauses.  Includes many agreements samples.

Ian S. Blackshaw et al., eds., TV rights and sport: legal aspects.
KJC 6995 .T44 2009 (also in NSLI)
Includes European Law aspects of sports broadcasting rights in the digital age as well as TV rights relating to major sports events. Also includes 27 country studies within and beyond Europe.

Roger Blanpain, ed., The future of sports law in the European Union: beyond the EU Reform Treaty and the White Paper.
KJE 6063.A8 F88 2008
Papers presented at a conference held at the Catholic University of Brussels in December 2007.

Roger Blanpain, ed., International encyclopaedia of laws. Sports law.
K 3702 .I57, 3 volumes (also in NSLI)
Includes monographs and legal documents per country, region, or organization.

Roger Blanpain, Legal status of sportsmen and sportswomen under international, European and Belgian national and regional law.
K 3702 .B58 2003
Examines the fundamental rights of players to free movement and freedom of labor. Includes FIFA Statutes and FIFA Regulations for the Status and Transfer of Players.

Dominique Bodin et al., Sport and violence in Europe.
GV 706.7 .B63 2005 (also in NSLI)
Authors highlight the relationship between sport and violence and the emergence of European regulations and directives to prevent violence.

Barbara Bogusz et al., eds., Regulation of sport in the European Union
KJE 6063 .R44 2007 (also in NSLI)
Provides an overview of developments which have taken place in the regulation of sporting activity in the last decade, involving law, economics and sociology.

Antonio Buti and Saul Fridman, Drugs, sport and the law.
K 3702 .D78 2001
Focus on Australia. Includes history of doping and doping control, dispute resolution, and legal challentes to drug testing.

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Andrew Caiger and Simon Gardiner, eds., Professional sport in the European Union: regulation and re-regulation.
KJE 6063 .P76 2000 (also in NSLI)

Andre-Noel Chaker, Study on national sports legislation in Europe.
(National Sports Law Institute: KJC 6063 .C52 1999)
Covers the legislation affecting sport in ninenteen member countries of the Council of Europe as of 1998.

Jean-Loup Chappelet, Autonomy of sport in Europe.
GV 706.35 .C42 2010
Results of a study exploring the political, legal, and economic aspects of autonomy for non-governmental sports organizations. Study was conducted on behalf of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS).

Josh Chetwynd, Baseball in Europe: a country by country history.
GV 863.42 .C44 2008
History of baseball in 40 nations. Includes a glossary of baseball terms in seven European languages.

Rian Cloete, Introduction to sports law in South Africa.
KTL 3035 .I58 2005

Michele Colucci, Sports law in Italy.
KKH 3035 .C65 2010
Describes regulation of sports activity by both public authorities and private sports organizations.

Doris Corbett et al., eds., Unique games and sports around the world: a reference guide.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 704 .U55 2001)
Ready reference collection of rules for over 300 games and sports from many countries worldwide.

Rachel Corbett and Hilary A. Findlay, Managing risks: a handbook for the recreation and sport professional.
(National Sports Law Institute: KE 3792 .C67 1993)
Focus on Canadian law.

Rachel Corbett and Hilary A. Findlay, Rights & obligations: a handbook for athletes and sport organizations.
(National Sports Law Institute: KE 3792 .C68 1993)
Focus on Canadian law.

Court of Arbitration for Sport, Code of sports-related arbitration / mediation rules.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .A77 2000)
Includes Guide to Arbitration pamphlet.

Court of Arbitration for Sport, Code of sports-related arbitration: in force as from 22 November 1994. 3d ed.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .C63 2004)
Includes CAS mediation rules and arbitration rules for the Olympic games.

Neville Cox and Alex Schuster, Sport and the law.
K 3702 .C69 2004
Focus on Ireland. Includes table of cases and legislation, as well as sections on performance enhancing substances, crowd control, and sport and criminal law.

Paul David, A guide to the World Anti-Doping Code: the fight for the spirit of sport.
RC 1230 .D38 2013
(also have 2008 edition)
Guide to the fundamental principles of the current Code.  Includes summaries of decisions by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and other sporting tribunals.

Frederick J. Day, Clubhouse lawyer: the sports fan's guide to life and the law.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .D29 2002)
Examines legal principles and cases in the world of sports.

Frederick J. Day, Sports and courts: an introduction to principles of law and legal theory using cases from professional sports.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .D292 2005)
Includes tort and contract cases.

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Adam Epstein, Sports law.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .E67 2003)
An introduction to the relationship between law and sports.

Alain Ferrand, et al., Routledge handbook of sports sponsorship: successful strategies.
K 3702 .F47 2007

Mark Fewell, Sports law: a practical guide.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .S66 1995)
Includes chapters on marketing, sponsorship, agreements, taxation, and ADR.

Simon Gardiner, et al., eds., EU, sport, law and policy: regulation, re-regulation and representation.
KJE 6063 .E95 2009 (also in NSLI)
Includes section on governance, freedom of movement, competition law issues, and questions of representation. Also includes sections on anti-doping, football hooliganism and sports betting.

Simon Gardiner, et al., Sports law. 4th ed.
KD 3525 .S66 2012 (also in NSLI)
(also have 1998, 2001, and 2006 editions)
Focus on British and European law in three sections: regulation and governance of sport; legal protection of the commercial integrity of sport; and legal issues in the sports workplace.

William Gasparini and Clotilde Talleu, eds., Sport and discrimination in Europe: the perspectives of young European research workers and journalists.
GV 706.32 .S66 2010
Researchers' perspectives on discrimination based on gender, ethnicity, and physical disability.

Edward Grayson, Sport and the law. 3d ed.
KD 3525 .G72 2000 (also in NSLI)
(also have 1988 edition)
Comprehensive survey of sports law and legal issues arising from it.

Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborne, eds., Law and sport in contemporary society.
K 3702 .L39 2000
Discusses the relationship between sport and the law; encompasses elements of criminal, civil, public and European law.

David Griffith-Jones, Law and the business of sport.
KD 3525 .G75 1997 (also in NSLI)
Analysis of commercial relationships involved in sports.

Arturo J. Marcano Guevara and David P. Fidler, Stealing lives: the globalization of baseball and the tragic story of Alexis Quiroz.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .G83 2002)
Focus on past exploitation of Latin children, and the plight of a seventeen-year-old Venezuelan teenager who signed with the Chicago Cubs in 1995.

Lars Halgreen, European sports law: a comparative analysis of the European and American models of sport.
(National Sports Law Institute: KJC 6063 .H24 2004)
Emphasis on professional team sports.

Hazel Hartley, Exploring sport and leisure disasters: a socio-legal perspective.
KD 3494 .H37 2001

Deborah Healey, Sport and the law. 3d ed.
KU 1585 .H43 2005 (also in NSLI)
Explains the role of law in the business of sport, with a focus on Australian law.

John Hladczuk, Sports law and legislation: an annotated bibliography.
KF 3989.A1 S66 1991
Covers national and international literature from books, law journals, and bar publications.

Barrie Houlihan, Dying to win: doping in sport and the development of anti-doping policy.
RC1230 .H68 2002
Discusses the evolution of doping and anti-doping policies. Includes the early Anti-Doping Convention of 1989 and looks to future issues and challenges.

Phillip Johnson, Ambush marketing: a practical guide to protecting the brand of a sporting event.
HD 59.35 .J636 2008
Guide to the laws which can be used to prevent ambush marketing with an analysis of the Olympics association right and the London Olympics association right. Includes table of cases, statutes, European Legislation, and International Conventions and Legislation.

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Tim Kevan et al., Sports personal injury: law and practice.
KD3525 .K48 2002

Nathalie Korchia and Christophe Pettiti, Sports and fundamental guarantees: assault, doping.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 706.5 .S653 2001)
Text in English and French.

Franck Latty, La lex sportiva: recherche sur le droit transnational.
K 3702 .L38 2007
In French. Includes bibliographical references.

Katrien Lefever, New media and sport: international legal aspects.
K 3702 .L44 2012
Analysis and overview of the different competition authorities' decisions and media provisions dealing with the sale, acquisition and exploitation of sports broadcasting rights.

Adam Lewis and Jonathan Taylor, Sport: law and practice. 2d ed.
K 3702 .L48 2008
(2003 edition in NSLI)
Includes section on the legal control of sport; EC and UK competition rules and sport; drug use; organization of sports entities; commercialization of sport; and the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

André M. Louw, Ambush marketing and the mega-event monopoly: how laws are abused to protect commercial rights to major sporting events.
K 3702 .L68 2012
Critical focus on the legitimacy of legal responses to ambush marketing.

André M. Louw, Sports law in South Africa.
KTL 3035 .L68 2010
Describes regulation of sports activity by both public authorities and private sports organizations.

Wolfgang Maennig and Andrew Zimbalist, eds., International handbook on the economics of mega sporting events.
GV 713 .I58 2012
Includes specific mechanisms of the bidding process, determining factors of winning bids, and case studies of cities and countries that have hosted mega events.

Andrei S. Markovits and Lars Rensmann, Gaming the world: how sports are reshaping global politics and culture.
GV 706.35 .M3525 2010
Illustrates the central role of sports in our global, national, and local cultures.

David McArdle, From boot money to Bosman: football, society and the law.
KD 3525 .M3 2000

Mike McNamee and Verner Møller, eds., Doping and anti-doping policy in sport: ethical, legal and social perspectives.
RC 1230 .D667 2011
Collection of papers presented at the third conference on the human and legal rights aspects of anti-doping, sponsored by the International Network of Humanistic Doping Research in 2009.

Craig Moore, Sports law and litigation. 2d ed.
KD 3525 .M66 2000 (also have 1997 edition)
Includes practice, procedure, and pleadings.

James A.R. Nafziger and Stephen F. Ross, eds., Handbook on international sports law.
K 3702 .H25 2011
Collection of essays addressing legal issues along two converging tracks: the commercial sports industry and the institutional framework of the law that includes international sports federations, the International Olympic Committee, and the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

James A.R. Nafziger, International sports law. 2d ed.
K 3702 .N34 2004
(also have 1988 edition)
Overview of the institutional framework of international sports law, including dispute resolution, rights of athletes, doping, and boycotts.

James A.R. Nafziger, ed., Transnational law of sports.
K 3702 .N343 2013 (also in NSLI)
Comprehensive collection of papers tracing international sports law from its origins to the present.  Includes sections on the Olympic movement, sports federations, doping, discrimination, and dispute resolution.

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Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, Sports law: a European dimension.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .P26 2004)
Discusses sports law as a specialized form of law in the European continent.

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, Sports law: lex sportiva & lex Olympica: theory and praxis
K 3702 .P36 2011 (also in NSLI)
Includes the historical development of sports law with a section on theory, legal issues and regulation of sports activities, law of the Olympic Games, international sporting jurisdictions, and a section on Greek sports law.

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, ed., Sports law (lex sportiva) in the world: regulations and implementation.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .P25 2004)
Collection of sports law research papers from around the world.

Letizia Paoli and Alessandro Donati, The sports doping market: understanding supply and demand, and the challenges of their control.
RC 1230 .P363 2014
Examines sports doping from production and distribution to use, detection and punishment.  Also discusses the challenges of the international anti-doping efforts.

Richard Parrish and Samuli Miettinen, The sporting exception in European Union law.
KJE 6063 .P27 2008 (also in NSLI)
Explores whether the legal framework of the EU affords special legal status and treatment to sporting activity.

Richard Parrish, Sports law and policy in the European Union.
KJE 6063 .P37 2003 (also in NSLI)
Outlines the birth of EU sports law and policy.

Daniel Rosen, Dope: a history of performance enhancement in sports from the nineteenth century to today.
RC 1230 .R65 2008 (also in NSLI)
Traces the early history of performance-enhancing drugs through the present.

Angela J. Schneider and Fan Hong, eds., Doping in sport: global ethical issues.
RC 1230 .D766 2007
Focuses on doping and ethics specifically in China, Japan, Argentina, the United States, the United Kingdom, Greece, France, Norway and Bulgaria.

Robert C.R. Siekmann and Janwillem Soek, eds., The Council of Europe and sport: basic documents.
GV 603 .C68 2007 (also in NSLI)
Collection of intergovernmental documents including the European Sports Charter, Code of Sports Ethics, and other Conventions.

Robert C.R. Siekmann and Janwillem Soek, eds., European Union and sport: legal and policy documents.
KJE 6063 .E97 2005

Robert C.R. Siekmann, Introduction to international and European sports law: capita selecta.
K 3702 .S56 2012 (also in NSLI)
Includes sporting rules and regulations, the collective selling of TV rights, sports betting, anti-doping law, and international sports boycotts.

Robert C.R. Siekmann and Janwillem Soek, eds., Lex sportiva: what is sports law?
K 3702 .L49 2012

Robert C.R. Siekmann et al., Players' agents worldwide: legal aspects.
GV 734.5 .P52 2007 (also in NSLI)
Regulations governing players' agents in forty countries.

Janwillem Soek, The strict liability principle and the human rights of athletes in doping cases.
K 3702 .S64 2006 (also in NSLI)

Bob Stewart et al., Australian sport--better by design?  The evolution of Australian sport policy.
GV 706.35 .A97 2004
Examines the political, economic, and cultural context in which Australian sport policies are set.

Robert O. Swados, European sport's first collective labour agreement.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 603 .E96 2002)

Jan Tolleneer, et al., Athletic enhancement, human nature and ethics: Threats and opportunities of doping technologies.
RC 1230 .A84 2013
A collection of interdisciplinary papers by international authors discussing the roles that human nature and enhancement technologies should, or should not, play in sports.

Stefaan Van den Bogaert, Practical regulation of the mobility of sportsmen in the EU post 'Bosman'.
KJE 6063 .B63 2005

Richard Verow, et al., Sport, business and the law.
KD 3525 .V47 1999 (also in NSLI)
Guide to the principal terms of the main sports agreements.

Richard Verow, et al., Sports business: law, practice and precedents.
KD 3525 .V47 2005

Stephen Weatherill, European sports law: Collected papers. 2d ed.
KJE 6063 .W42 2014 (2007 ed. in NSLI)
Collected works in international sports law with sections on the Lisbon Treaty, anti-doping, Bosman and Olivier Bernard cases.

Aaron N. Wise and Bruce S. Meyer, International sports law and business.
K 3702 .W57 1997, 3 volumes (also in NSLI)
Focus on the legal and business aspects of sports in the United States and eighteen foreign jurisdictions.

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Awards & Cases

Jack Anderson, ed., Leading cases in sports law.
K 3702 .L42 2013
Collection of key cases from a number of jurisdictions in the common and civil law traditions.  Includes leading awards at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

CAS Awards - Sydney 2000.
(National Sport Law Institute: K 3702 .C681 2000)

CAS Awards - Salt Lake City 2002 & Athens 2004.
(National Sport Law Institute: K 3702 .C682 2004)

CAS Awards - Turin & Melbourne 2006.
(National Sport Law Institute: K 3702 .C684 2006)

Court of Arbitration for Sport Decisions and Awards freely available online:
Recent Decisions, from 2009 to present.
Archive Decisions, 1986 through 2008; may be searched by keyword, sport, or year.

Matthieu Reeb, ed., Recueil des sentences du TAS = Digest of CAS awards : 1986-1998.
K 3702 .C68 1998 (also in NSLI)

Matthieu Reeb, ed., Recueil des sentences du TAS. 2, 1998-2000 = Digest of CAS awards.
K 3702 .C68 2002

Matthieu Reeb, ed., Recueil des sentences du TAS = Digest of CAS Awards. III, 2001-2003.
K 3702 .C68 2004 (also in NSLI)

Lauri Tarasti, Legal solutions in international doping cases: awards by the IAAF Arbitration Panel 1985-1999.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .T27 2000)

Alexander Wild, CAS and football: landmark cases.
K 3702 .C37 2012 (also in NSLI)

Recent Developments in Sports Law (formely You Make the Call)
Annual survey published by the National Sports Law Institute.  Provides an overview of important cases and arbitration decisions that have been resolved in the past year.

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Olympics

Olympic Charter, in force as of 9 September 2013.

Douglas Collins, Olympic dreams: 100 years of excellence.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 721.52 .C64 1996)

George Constable, The XI, XII & XIII Olympiads: Berlin 1936, St. Moritz 1948.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 722 1936 .C65 1996)

George G. Daniels, The XX Olympiad: Munich 1972, Innsbruck 1976.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 722 1972 .D25 1996)

Glory and the games.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 721.5 .G54 1998)

Christopher R. Hill, Olympic politics. 2d ed.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .H54 1996)
An investigation of the politics behind a hundred years of Olympic history, from Athens to Atlanta, 1896-1996.

International Olympic Committee, Olympic charter.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .O49 2000)
In force as from 12 December 1999.

Phillip Johnson, Ambush marketing: a practical guide to protecting the brand of a sporting event.
HD 59.35 .J636 2008
Guide to the laws which can be used to prevent ambush marketing with an analysis of the Olympics association right and the London Olympics association right. Includes table of cases, statutes, European Legislation, and International Conventions and Legislation.

Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler, Arbitration at the Olympics: issues of fast-track dispute resolution and sports law.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .K29 2001)
Discusses the ad hoc Division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, from its first days at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta to the 2000 Games in Sydney.

Alexandre M. Mestre, The law of the Olympic Games.
K 3702 .M44 2009
Examines legal developments in the rules and institutions of the Olympic Games from antiquity to the modern era. Includes eligibility criteria, protection of the Olympic symbol, athletes' freedom of expression and boycotts.

John O'Leary, ed., Drugs and doping in sport: Socio-legal perspectives.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 706 .O43 2001)
Analysis of socio-legal and political themes related to doping in sport.

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, Sports law: implementation and the Olympic Games.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 721.5 .P25 2005)

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, Sports law: Lex Sportiva & Lex Olympica: theory and praxis
K 3702 .P36 2011
Includes the historical development of sports law with a section on theory, legal issues and regulation of sports activities, law of the Olympic Games, international sporting jurisdictions, and a section on Greek sports law.

Holger Preuss, Economics of the Olympic games: hosting the games 1972-2000.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 721.5 .P73 2000)

Alfred E. Senn, Power, politics, and the Olympic games.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .S45 1999)
A history of the power brokers, events, and controversies that shaped the Games.

Robert C.R. Siekmann and Janwillem Soek, eds., Arbitral and disciplinary rules of international sports organisations.
K 3702 .A73 2001 (also in NSLI)
Contains rules and regulations of the International Olympic sports organizations.

Robert C.R. Siekmann and Janwillem Soek, eds., Basic documents of international sports organisations.
GV 713 .B37 1998
Contains institutional documents, such as Statutes and Constitutions, of the international Olympic sports organizations.

Robert C. R. Siekmann et al., eds., Doping rules of international sports organisations.
K3 702 .D66 1999
Contains non-governmental documents on the international regulation of doping. Includes rules of the international Olympic sports organizations, as well as the International Olympic Committee Medical Code.

Steven Ungerleider, Faust's gold: Inside the East German doping machine.
(National Sports Law Institute: KKA 6063.5 .U53 2001)
A true account of the East German Olympic team's use of illegal performance-enhancing drugs.

United States Olympic Committee fact book 2001-2002.
(National Sports Law Institute: GV 721.5 .U6 2002)

Wayne Wilson, Doping in elite sports: The politics of drugs in the Olympic movement.
(National Sports Law Institute: K 3702 .D76 2001)
Multidisciplinary perspective in enforcing and controlling performance enhancing drugs.

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Conference Materials

The evolving nature of high school, college and Olympic sports in the 21st century.
(National Sports Law Institute)
Sponsored by Foley & Lardner LLP and held at the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School in October 2004.

The increasing globalization of sports: Olympic, international and comparative law & business issues.
(National Sports Law Institute)
Sponsored by Foley & Lardner LLP and held at the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School in September 2007.

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, ed.,The institution of the Olympic games: A multidisciplinary approach.
(National Sports Law Institute)
Proceedings of the International H.C.R.S.L. (Hellenic Center of Research on Sports Law) Congress, held in Olympia, Greece, in 1991.

International sports law & business in the 21st century, in conjunction with the 9th I.A.S.L. Congress.
(National Sports Law Institute)
Hosted by the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School and the International Association of Sports Law, held in Milwaukee, WI, in 2003.

Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, ed.,Science of sports law: National and international sports - sports justice.
(National Sports Law Institute)
Proceedings of the 1st International Congress on Sports Law, held in Athens, Greece, in 1992.


International Sports Law Journals

Many leading sports law journals, such as Marquette Sports Law Review include articles on international sports law issues. The list below, however, only includes those journals at Marquette University whose primary focus is international.

Print copies of the following journals are shelved alphabetically in the outer ring of the Law Library's upper stacks (library holdings are listed in parenthesis after the title.)

The Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal. (Volume 1, 2006, to present)
(National Sports Law Institute)
Published by the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association.

Les Cahiers de droit du sport. (Volume 1, 2005, to present)
In French.  Published by Centre de droit du sport Aix-Marseille, France.

Global Sports Law and Taxation Reports. (Volume 1, 2010, to present)
Four issues per year.  Published by Nolot, The Netherlands.

International Sports Journal. (v.6 no.2-v.8 no.2, 2002-2004, online)
Semi-annual. Published by the University of New Haven Foundation.

International Sports Law Journal. (2000 to present.)
Semi-annual. Published by Asser International Sports Law Center, The Hague.

International Sports Law Review. (1992/93 to present)
Official journal of the International Association of Sports Law.

Sports Law Administration & Practice. (Feb. 2006 to present.)
Bi-monthly. Published by Ivy House Sports Law, Oxfordshire, England.

SportsPro: Sports Money Magazine (Nov. 2009 to present)
Monthly. Published by SportsPro Media Ltd., London.

Sweet & Maxwell's International Sports Law Review. (Volume 1, 2001, to present.)
former title, International sports law review.

World Sports Law Report. (Volume 1, 2003, to present.)

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Acronyms & Links

Acronyms Links
ANOC Association of National Olympic Committees
CAS Court of Arbitration for Sport
COE Council of Europe
ECRI European Commission against Racism and Intolerance
EOC European Olympic Committees
FAI Football Association of Ireland (Dublin)
FFA Football Federation of Australia
FIBA Fédération Internationale de Basketball Association
FIFA Fédération Internationale de Football Association
FILA Fédération Internationale de Luttes Associées
FINA Fédération Internationale de Natation
IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations
IASL International Association of Sports Law
IFA Irish Football Association (Belfast)
IOC International Olympic Committee
IRB International Rugby Board
ISU International Skating Union
NGOs Non Governmental Organizations
NOCs National Olympic Committees
OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
TAS Tribunal Arbitral du Sport
UCI Union Cycliste Internationale
UEFA Union des Associations Européennes de Football
UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
USADA United States Anti-Doping Agency
USOC United States Olympic Committee
WADA World Anti-Doping Agency
WHO World Health Organization
WIPO World Intellectual Property Organization

ASSER International Sports Law Centre, The Netherlands.

Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Sports Law at Marquette University Law School.

National Sports Law Institute at Marquette University Law School

Sports Law Program at Marquette University Law School.