1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
University of Baltimore - School of Law
in Total Papers Downloads
Legal writing, Academic support
doping in sports, American Olympic Movement, government policy, athletes, cheating, law and sports
due process, sports, athletics, doping, constitutional law
public policy, sports, girls, women, Title IX, equality, sports participation, discrimination, commercial appeal, schools, female athletes, public policy, education, athletics
competitive sports, law, women, Title IX, athletics, equal opportunity, statutes, regulations, rates of participation, obesity crisis, women of color, discrimination, equality, staututory intent, statutory effect
state action, amateur sports
infants, medical treatment, critical illness, "Baby Doe", Down's Syndrome, correctable birth defect, critically ill newborns, federal government, CAPTA, parents, doctors, physicians, Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Reform Act of 1978
tbis, public health law research, concussions, youth sports
Title IX, sports, schools, Civil Rights Act of 1964, childhood obesity, physical activity, gender discrimination, legal intervention, legal reform, athletic programs in schools, minorities
doctors, physicians, health care system, free market, medical ethics, managed health care, health care costs, rationing, MCOs, managed care organizations, patients' rights, Quality Health Care coalition Act, American Medical Association, unionization
sports, children, nonparticipation, Title IX, gender equality, schools, education, childhood obesity, burnout, professionalization of sports, win at all costs
Sports, Regulation, Concussions
sports, drug use, due process, government
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