Bringing Human Rights to U.S. Professional Sports (2023)

For the past three years, Clinic students have researched the way U.S professional sports leagues interact with human rights, with respect to arbitration proceedings, and have just published a report, Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Remedying Human Rights Violations in U.S. Professional Sports Leagues, highlighting the current arbitration procedures within the professional sports leagues that deny key stakeholders the right to an effective remedy and due process, while also providing recommendations for implementing a human rights framework into the Leagues’ arbitration system and key documents, such as the Constitution and CBAs.

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