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The Center for Sports Law and Policy at Duke Law School is a forum for sports law and policy-related engagement and programming at the University.

Consistent with Duke’s interdisciplinary strengths, the work of the Center examines:

  • The regulation and business of professional, Olympic, and education-based sport
  • The welfare of athletes, including their health and educational development
  • The promise of sport as a social good

Affiliated faculty at the Law School and the University bring the tools of their respective academic disciplines to bear on this work, alumni and guests contribute on-the-ground context and expertise, and dedicated students collaborate with faculty and alumni to conduct their own related research.

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Health & Welfare of Athletes

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Spirit of Sport

Duke Law School Faculty

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Paul Haagen

Paul Haagen

Co-Director and Professor of Law

Professor Haagen's principal academic interests are contracts, the social history of law and law and sports.

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Professor Doriane Coleman

Doriane Lambelet Coleman

Co-Director and Professor of Law

Professor Coleman specializes in torts, sex in the law, and medicine and law.

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Affiliated Duke University Faculty