CT Sports Law’s Top 10 Story Lines of 2009: Part I

With 2009 coming to a close, I have compiled a list of the top story lines and accompanying blog posts from the past year.  Part I will list story lines 6 through 10; Part II will be posted tomorrow and will include 2 through 5; and the top story line will be posted on New Year’s Eve.  Thank you for your readership, […]

Sports Briefs

Future of Quinnipiac Volleyball Still in Doubt? A recent post on the Title IX Blog discusses the state of women’s volleyball at Quinnipiac.  More specifically, the post queries whether Quinnipiac will consider once again cutting its volleyball team, now that competitive cheering has resolved the school’s gender inequities. For more on the Quinnipiac Title IX […]

More on Senator Kennedy’s Work on Title IX

ESPN.com’s Mike Fish wrote about Senator Kennedy’s role in Title IX, the landmark legislation that provided increased opportunities for women in athletics.  Fish writes that Kennedy’s legacy in sports is more than supporting the passage of the legislation, but protecting the intent of Title IX throughout his years in the United States Senate: Over the course […]

Senator Kennedy’s Legacy Includes Title IX

With the passing of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, there will surely be innumerable tributes to one of the most accomplished Senators in American history.  Few of those tributes will discuss sports law at great length.  However, Senator Kennedy’s legislative work significantly impacted sports, and sports law.  Kennedy was a key supporter of Title IX of the […]