International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 1-2, pp. 74-83, 2006
10 Pages Posted: 31 Oct 2009
Date Written: April 30, 2006
This article is part of a broader research stream investigating policy and regulatory frameworks impacting International Prospective Student-Athletes (IPSAs) and their transition to the U.S. combining education and athletics. Elsewhere analyzed are the problems faced by IPSAs in particular relation to the amateurism framework as applied by the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I (NCAA DI) when contrasted with the international federalized club-based governance model (Kaburakis & Solomon, 2005), as well as the policy recommendations that may attend to policy conflicts and the challenges faced by IPSAs, Athletic Associations, and their member institutions (Kaburakis, 2005). This research examines the legal handling of such cases through the U.S. system of Jurisprudence and summarizes the important concepts from legal theory and the major lessons from precedent that may be instrumental in litigation and policy evolution on such matters.
Keywords: Constitutional Law, Athletic Associations, Student Athletes, Sport Policy, Amateurism
JEL Classification: K00, K10, K19, K20, K29, K30, K39, K40, K41, K49
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Kaburakis, Anastasios, U.S. Athletic Associations’ Rules Challenges by International Prospective Student-Athletes - NCAA Di Amateurism (April 30, 2006). International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 1-2, pp. 74-83, 2006. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1496674