Friday, November 18th, 2011

The NBA Lockout’s next opponent: Federal District Court

Ed’s Note: We are going to skip for now any coverage of the impending Syracuse allegations because I am probably unable to discuss it rationally. I am a biased Syracuse fan who loves Jim Boeheim and Syracuse Basketball. Moving on to regularly scheduled programming: the NBA Lockout once again… By Sam Mann A few days […]

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

Goodbye Hypothetical Basketball Association

Our coverage of the NBA lockout has been lacking, but in our defense, it looks like we will still have plenty of time to catch up. The latest “story” to break (and I use the term story loosely) is that several star NBA players will organize and participate in a “world tour.” The implications of […]

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

Should We Pay College Athletes? (But only the good ones, of course)

By Sam Mann With all the talk about compliance with NCAA regulations and all the big programs getting sanctioned (add Georgia Tech to the ever-growing list). Apparently ESPN is thinking the same way because this week they ran several articles about the NCAA amateurism dilemma. Today is the oft-referenced topic of whether we should pay […]

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium

9:55 AM: Good morning! Welcome to William and Mary Law School’s Annual Sports and Entertainment Law Society. We are very excited to bring you live coverage of this special event. The sports law panel will begin shortly, with the entertainment law panel to follow at 11:30 AM. Today we are pleased to welcome our distinguished […]