In an unprecedented protest against NCAA protocols, football players from Georgia Tech, Georgia and Northwestern took to the gridiron with personally marked-up equipment to challenge the NCAA’s treatment of athletes on issues ranging from concussions to guaranteed scholarships.

Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee wrote “APU”, an acronym for All Players United, a signature of the

Quinnipiac University has agreed to maintain its women’s volleyball team and expand athletic opportunities for its female students as part of a proposed settlement to end a lengthy court battle regarding the school’s lack of Title IX compliance.

The question of Quinnipiac’s Title IX compliance initially arose in 2009, when five members of the school’s

Jackson Lewis attorney Jennifer Harper will participate in Duke Universty Law School’s Sports Law Symposium on January 25, 2012. Harper will be participating in the panel on “Handling Scandal”.

The Duke Sports & Entertainment Law Society (SELS) presents its 3rd Annual Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium:

The Changing Economics of the Sports and Entertainment Industries

The U.S. Department of Education has released a pre-publication copy (http://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/gainful-employment-regulations) of the final regulations on the metrics for determining the eligibility for federal student aid for those enrolled in an educational program that leads to “gainful employment” in a recognized occupation. The regulations are expected to be published in the Federal Register

Collegiate and university recruitment of foreign athletes is more vigorous than ever..  Whether it is a nationally ranked Division I basketball program trying to gain a competitive edge in the NCAA Tournament, or an Ivy League institution seeking to bolster the roster of its heavyweight crew team, institutions often recruit from abroad.

After the recruitment