The International Sports Law Journal (ISLJ) invites submissions to a
special issue focusing on legal aspects of fantasy sports. For some
time, fantasy sports has been a major phenomena in North America and
this has been reflected in the sports law literature.
Fantasy sports have more recently grown in popularity in the rest of
world, raising a number of novel legal questions. The ISLJ wants to
support fruitful global discussions about these questions through a
special issue. We welcome contributions from different
jurisdictions analyzing fantasy sports from the perspective of various
areas of law including, but not limited to, intellectual property law,
gambling law, and competition law.
Please submit proposed papers through the ISLJ submission system (http://islj.edmgr.com/) no later than November 15, 2020. Submissions should have a reccomended length of 8,000–12,000
words and be prepared in accordance with the ISLJ's house style guidelines (https://www.springer.com/journal/40318/submission-guidelines). All
submissions will be subject to double-blind peer review.
Question about the special issue can be directed to the Editor–in-Chief, Johan Lindholm (firstname.lastname@example.org).