The Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law (BJESL) is committed to providing a wide selection of intellectual and practical discussions from scholars, practitioners, and students on current legal issues that impact the sports and entertainment industries, domestically and internationally.
Operated by students at one of the nation’s premiere law schools, BJESL provides a unique platform for rich discourse on legal topics regarding sports, copyright, trademark, art, film, television, First Amendment, right to privacy, music, antitrust, unfair competition, and contracts, among others.
In addition to producing leading scholarship, BJESL is committed to bringing together industry leaders, professors and students working at the intersection of law and business in the sports and entertainment communities.
BJESL’s editors invite prospective authors to submit articles via ExpressO or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Articles are considered for publication on a rolling basis.
- Entertainment’s Youngest Old Problem: Age Discrimination Still Alive and Kicking in Hollywood
- Trump, Immigration & Sports
- “Ridin’ on a ‘Cole’ Train:” Former Football Player Sues Over Alleged IP Infringement in Gears of War Video Games
- All The Music You Ever Need
- The Fair Use Of Hip-Hop Sampling In Copyright Law