UNH Sports Law Review

The UNH Sports Law Review is published once a year during the Spring semester. The annual publication is accompanied by a Symposium that allows authors to share their work and receive comments and questions from the law school community and the general public. The primary purpose of the UNH Sports Law Review is to provide a platform for scholars in the sports law community to publish works on pressing issues within the ever-growing area of sports law.

To view prior issues of UNH Sports Law Review, visit https://scholars.unh.edu/unhslr/

  • Rights and Permissions
    • Any questions, comments, or concerns about rights and permissions for our journal should be directed to Professor Michael McCann at Michael.McCann@law.unh.edu.

Contact Us

Michael.McCann@law.unh.edu

(603) 513-5254

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    UNH Sports Law Review Journal Launches Inaugural Issue

    Friday, February 18, 2022
    As a 2L, Dylan Harriger, J.D. Candidate ’22, co-founded the Student Sports Law Network with fellow law students from Florida State, Loyola, and the University of Florida. Now, as a 3L, Harriger is at it again. This time, he’s about to launch the inaugural issue of the UNH Sports Law Review. Read More
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    UNH Sports Law Review Inaugural Editorial Board

    Wednesday, February 16, 2022
    We are excited to announce the inaugural editorial board for the UNH Sports Law Review, congratulations to all of them! Read More
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    Call for Papers: Current Issues in Collegiate Athletics

    Tuesday, January 25, 2022
    The UNH Sports Law Review is a new student-run publication focusing on pressing issues within the realm of sports law. The purpose of the Sports Law Review is to allow students who are interested in sports law to work with scholars across the world and develop their research and writing skills. Further, the Sports Law Review will host an annual symposium in conjunction with the yearly publication. The symposium will be an excellent opportunity for the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law community to learn more about sports law. Read More