Law, Society and Popular Culture
New issue of Entertainment and Sports Law Journal published
15 June 2011
This issue includes full length articles on Olympic legacy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, and Painful TV, along with shorter Interventions on the UEFA fair play rules, FIFA and domain names, protecting children from violence in sport and match fixing. In addition, we have a commentary by Geoff Pearson which is a response to an article by Steve Redhead in an earlier issue of the journal.
The journal is free and open access and, as always, the editors are always willing to receive articles and discuss ideas with prospective authors. Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn are both editors of this Journal
The centre submitted evidence to the Culture Media and Sport Parliamentary Select Committee as part of their Football governance Inquiry. You can follow the progress of the inquiry here
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