Publications and Media
The staff of the Sports Law Institute have influenced legal thinking and the national debate on sports law through books, scholarly articles, magazines, and blogs. Professor Brian Porto has been writing about legal issues in sports for more than two decades.
Brian L. Porto, The Supreme Court and the NCAA: The Case for Less Commercialism and More Due Process in College Sports (University of Michigan Press) (2012)
Brian L. Porto, A New Season: Using Title IX to Reform College Sports (Praeger) (2003)
Brian L. Porto, Can the NCAA Enforcement Process Protect Children From Abuse in the Wake of the Sandusky Scandal?, 22 Widener Law Journal 555 (2013)
Brian L. Porto, "You'll Never Work (Or Play) Here Again: A Lingering Question In Title IX Retaliation Claims Brought By Coaches And Athletes After Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education," 22, no. 2 Marquette Sports Law Review 553 (Spring 2012).
Brian L. Porto, Halfway Home: An Update on Title IX and College Sports, 34 Vermont Bar Journal 28 (2008)
Brian L. Porto, The Legal Challenges to "Big-Time" College Sports: Are They Threats or Opportunities for Reform? 27 Vermont Bar Journal 41 (2001)
Brian L. Porto, Title IX, Gender Equity, and the Future of College Sports, 25 Vermont Bar Journal 37 (1999)
Brian L. Porto, Completing the Revolution: Title IX as Catalyst for an Alternative Model of College Sports, 8 Seton Hall Journal of Sports Law 351 (1998)
Brian L. Porto, Balancing Due Process and Academic Integrity in Intercollegiate Athletics: The Scholarship Athlete's Limited Property Interest in Eligibility, 62 Indiana Law Journal 1151 (1987)