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Sports Lawyers Journal

Sports Lawyers Journal  
Discipline Sports law
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
1993 to present
  • Journal homepage

The Sports Lawyers Journal is a law journal edited by Tulane University Law School students and published by the Sports Lawyers Association (SLA).[1] The Journal is annually distributed to over 1000 lawyers, professors, law students, and other readers.[2] It bills itself as "the most widely read legal sports journal in the country."[3] The Journal primarily seeks to publish student-written articles.[4]


Tulane Law students are selected for membership each year based on their performance in a writing competition open to second-year and third-year students. Professor Gabe Feldman is the Journal's faculty adviser. Many Journal members are also members of The Tulane Sports Law Society, and go on to pursue the law school's Sports Law Certificate.[5]

Distinguished alumni

  • Robert Goldstein, JD 1995, New York City partner of Schulte Roth & Zabel, former Executive Editor of the Journal[6]

External links

  • Tulane Sports Law Society
  • Sports Lawyers Journal


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