"Not for the Bashful: Student Athletes, Drug Testing ... and Judicial Doctrine," DRI's The Business Suit August 20, 2012
As Joseph M. Hanna and Molly M. Ryan, attorneys in Goldberg Segalla’s Sports and Entertainment Practice Group, write in this article, the Syracuse University men’s basketball drug-testing scandal “highlights the way student athletes across the country submit themselves to a dizzying array of drug-testing procedures in exchange for the privilege of representing their universities and colleges on the courts, rinks, and fields of play — and the maelstrom of legal issues and ambiguities this practice raises.”
This article looks at the complex legal issues surrounding college athletic drug testing and examines a number of related cases that could well serve as the foundation of any future Supreme Court ruling determining the constitutionality of the pervasive practice of drug testing college athletes.
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“Not for the Bashful: Student Athletes, Drug Testing … and Judicial Doctrine,” DRI’s The Business Suit, Newsletter of the Commercial Litigation Committee, August 20, 2012