Leeds United On Trial

S.C. Redhead

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)98-106
Number of pages9
JournalEntertainment Law
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2002

Bibliographical note

Originally published by Frank Cass now by Warwick University.

"The Entertainment and Sports Law Journal provides a forum for both academics and practitioners working in these dynamic and rapidly-expanding areas. These subjects now appear within undergraduate legal curricula and form the basis of many postgraduate courses across the common law world and the broad aim of the journal is to provide an environment for considered discourse of this growing field of study from both a theoretical and practical perspective more.

ESLJ was originally published as Entertainment Law in hard copy by Frank Cass Journals from Spring 2002 (Volume 1 Number 1) to Autumn 2003 (Volume 2 Number 3)."




  • football
  • law
  • Leeds United
  • sport and leisure cultures

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