Using the Journal Finder below, you can find peer-reviewed articles relevant to sports law by doing the following:
Under Search by Title or ISSN:
Select "Title contains all words" from drop box
Search box: Type "sports law"
Law reviews are scholarly journals typically published by law schools. Locating & reading a law review or journal article is usually a great way to begin research on a topic. In addition to giving you a thorough discussion & analysis of a particular legal issue, an article's footnotes can provide you with citations for the primary sources of law (statutes, cases, etc.) related to the issue.
From the Library's home page, click the ALL Databases link below the search box in the middle of screen. This opens the Alphabetical List of Databases page - just click on 'L' to jump down the page and select LexisNexis Academic from the list.
You can quickly find a case on LexisNexis Academic in various different ways. These are the two quickest and simplest ways. However, if you need a more narrow, specific search, use the "Federal & State Cases" form in the Search By Content Type section.
Look up a Legal Case Widget
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