The International Sports Law Journal
The International Sports Law Journal (ISLJ) is a quarterly (two double issues, April and October) peer-reviewed journal in the emerging specialty area of international sports law. The ISLJ welcomes manuscripts in English language, and maintains an impressive Editorial Board of international experts.
The main purpose of the ISLJ is to provide vital legal analysis, insightful commentary, and important information to those interested in or impacted by sports and the law — whether academics, practitioners, sports officials, sports enthusiasts, or others — about legally relevant developments in the world of sport from national and international perspectives.
What makes the ISLJ unique is that it is the only truly “international” sports law journal consistently offering broad content coverage by a diverse group of impressive international authors. The ISLJ is an important resource that experts, practitioners and academics rely on for providing interesting, necessary and valuable information regarding sports law related issues. With special topic coverage in each edition, the ISLJ is a necessary tool for anyone interested in sports and the law.
- 3 Volumes
- 5 Issues
- 72 Articles
- 2 Open Access
- 2013 - 2015 Available between
Can I please have a slice of Ronaldo? The legality of FIFA’s ban on third-party ownership under European union law
Johan Lindholm (June 2015)
Tim Elfrink and Gus Garcia-Roberts: Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to End Baseball’s Steroid Era
Ryan Kota (June 2015)
Camille Boillat and Raffaele Poli: Governance models across football associations and leagues (2014)
Oskar van Maren (June 2015)
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