Information for Prospective Members of Marquette Sports Law Review
Any Marquette University Law School student who is a second-year law student in residence according to Marquette University standards and is in good academic standing (e.g. 2.0 cumulative GPA) is eligible to become a member of the Marquette Sports Law Review. Membership on the Sports Law Review for a full academic year is a requirement for the National Sports Law Institute’s Sports Law Certificate. To become a member, a student must participate in the annual summer writing competition. In addition, all students must compete in the annual writing competition before becoming a candidate for the NSLI’s sports law internship program.
Students who serve as members perform two roles. Initially, under the supervision of the editorial board, members edit the articles that will be published in the Sports Law Review. In addition, under the supervision of the editorial board, members research and write a comment on a sports law topic.
Information on how to participate in the annual writing competition is provided each spring semester to all Marquette University Law School students.