Volume 86's symposium issue will focus on the application of antitrust law in both professional and intercollegiate athletics and will analyze how it plays such a crucial role in shaping the sports world today. The essays within the issue cover a wonderful range of topics, including the intersection of antitrust law and labor law that will shape the NFL and NBA Collective Bargaining Agreements, how an antitrust challenge could change the way scholarships are given to college athletes, whether the NCAA constitutes a cartel, and how the American Needle decision impacts the use of trademarks in sports.
We are pleased to announce the following contributing authors for Volume 86's Symposium Issue:
We are looking forward to sharing the Issue with you this spring!
To propose a topic for a future symposium issue of the Tulane Law Review, please contact Jonathan Phelps, Symposium Editor for Volume 86.
Biennial Admiralty Law Institute
The Tulane Law Review devotes its symposium issue to the articles from the Biennial Admiralty Law Institute Symposium, the oldest (since 1966) and largest continuing legal education program devoted to maritime law. Recent Institutes have typically been attended by 500 lawyers and others from the shipping and marine insurance industries, from over 30 states and 11 countries. Some recent Admiralty Law Institute topics include damages in maritime law; towage, salvage, pilotage, and pollution; maritime insurance; and terminal operations. The next Institute will be held in spring of 2013.
For access to past Admiralty Law Institiute symposium issues, please visit here. To order copies of these symposium issues, please e-mail Ryan Carter, Business Director.