Volume 40 | Issue 3

Volume 40 Issue Three

Symposium

From Grand Slams to Grand Juries:
Performance-Enhancing Drug Use In Sports

Introductory Remarks: How it All Began: The move to Drug Testing

Gordon A. Martin Jr.

Keynote Address: The Real Story of Baseball’s Drug Problems

Will Carroll

The Challenge and the Tragedy

Denise A. Garibaldi Ph.D.

Steroids: The Media Effect and High School Athletes

Chip Dempsey

Running Head: Pyshological Dependency to Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids: Exploring the Role of Social Mediation

Tracy W. Olrich & Mario J. Vassallo

Resolution of Doping Disputes in Olympic Sport: Challenges Presented by “non-Analytical” Cases

Cameron A. Myler

Changing the Game: The Congressional Response to Sports Doping Via the Anabolic Steroid Control Act

Rick Collins

The Deal with the Devil: “A Commentary”

Brian R. Cook

The Imperial Commissioner Mountain Landis and his Progeny: The Evolving Power of Commissioners Over Players

Wm. David Cornwell Sr.

Drug Testing Provisions: An Examination of Disparities in Rules and Collective Bargaining Agreement Provisions

Lisa Pike Masteralexis

Is there a Steroids Problem? The Problematic Character of the Case of Regulation

Lewis Kurlantzick

Drug Testing of Athletes – An Internal, Not External, Matter

Matthew J. Mitten

Renovating Our Recreational Crimes

Paul Weiler

The Players Have Lost That Argument: Doping, Drug Testing, and Collective Bargaining

Paul H. Haagen.

Comments

Get a Real Job! The national Labor Relations Board Decides Graduate Student Workers at Private Universities Are Not “Employees” Under the National labor Relations Act

Ryan Patrick Dunn

Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial District of Nevada: Is a Suspect’s Refusal to Identify Himself Protected by the Fifth Amendment?

Michael D. Treacy.

Note

The Restriction of Political Associational Rights Under Current Campaign Finance Reform First Amendment Jurisprudence

Stephanie A. Sprague