The Business of Sports
Scott Rosner
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. (April 2004).

Conflicts of Interest and the Shifting Paradigm of Athlete Representation
Scott R. Rosner
UCLA Entertainment Law Review, Fall 2004.  Cite as: 11 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. 167 (2004). 

Reflections on Augusta: Judicial, Legislative and Economic Approaches to Private Race and Gender Consciousness
Scott R. Rosner
Michigan Journal of Law Reform, Fall 2003.  Cite as: 37 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 135 (2003).

The History and Business of Contraction in Major League Baseball*
Scott R. Rosner
Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance, Spring 2003.  Cite as: 8 Stanford J.L. Bus. & Fin. 265 (2003).
*Please contact Professor Rosner directly if you'd like to receive a copy.

Squeeze Play: Analyzing Contraction in Professional Sports
Scott R. Rosner
Villanova Sports & Entertainment Law Journal, Fall 2003.  Cite as: 10 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 29 (2003).

Institutional and Organizational Liability for Hazing in Intercollegiate and Professional Team Sports
Scott R. Rosner & R. Brian Crow
St. John's Law Review (Volume 76, Number 1, Winter 2002)

Institutional Liability for Hazing in Interscholastic Sports
Scott R. Rosner & R. Brian Crow
Houston Law Review (Volume 39, Number 2, Summer 2002)

Legal Approaches to the Use of Native American Logos and Symbols in Sports
Scott R. Rosner
Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal (Volume 1, Issue 2, Spring 2002)

The Growth of NCAA Women's Rowing: A Financial, Ethical and Legal Analysis
Scott R. Rosner
Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law (Volume 11, Number 2, 2001)

Must Kobe Come Out and Play? An Analysis of the Legality of Preventing High School Athletics and College Underclassmen from Entering Professional Sports Drafts
Scott R. Rosner
Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law (Volume 8, Number 2, 1998)