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Center for Sports Law and Policy
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, and alumni and guests contribute on-the-ground context and expertise.
Duke Law School Faculty
Director, Professor of Law
Professor Haagen's principal academic interests are contracts, the social history of law and law and sports.
Doriane Lambelet Coleman
Co-director, Professor of Law
Professor Coleman specializes in teaching and scholarship related to culture, women, children, medicine, and law.
Katharine T. Bartlett
A. Kenneth Pye Professor of Law
Z. Smith Reynolds Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics and Law
James E. Coleman, Jr.
John S. Bradway Professor of the Practice of Law
Kimberly D. Krawiec
Kathrine Robinson Everett Professor of Law
Duke University Faculty
Affiliated Student Organizations