78 La. L. Rev. [i] (2017-2018)

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       Louisiana                                     VOLUME 78
                                                      FALL 2017

   Law Review                                         NUMBERI



An Inherent Contradiction: Corporate Discretion in Morals Clause
                                            Todd J Clark     1

Memorandum  from Student-Athletes to Schools: My Social Media
    Posts Regarding My Coaches or My Causes Are Protected
    Speech-How  the NLRB  Is Restructuring Rights of Student-
    Athletes in Private Institutions
                                         Roger M Groves     69

From Hoodies to Kneeling During the National Anthem: The Colin
    Kaepemick Effect and Its Implications for K-12 Sports
                                      Laura Rene McNeal    145

Enhancing Education: Rebalancing the Relationship Between
    Athletics and the University
                                       William W Berry I   197

A Prelude to Jenkins v. NCAA: Amateurism, Antitrust Law, and the
   Role of Consumer Demand in a Proper Rule of Reason Analysis
                                           Marc Edelman    227

Swinging at the Facts: How Baseball Informs Legal Argument
                                   Josephine (Jo) R. Potuto 245


Breaking the Seal of Confession: Examining the Constitutionality of
   the Clergy-Penitent Privilege in Mandatory Reporting Law
                                          Caroline Donze   267

The Medical Malpractice Cure: Stitching Together the Coleman
                                            Sarah Nickel   311

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