By Alan Kilpatrick
The Law of Hockey
By John Barnes
With winter around the corner, you might be thinking of strapping on your skates for a game of hockey. We encourage you to check out The Law of Hockey first – the only book to focus exclusively on hockey law. Slaw enthusiastically blogged about this book when first published. LexisNexis describes this item on its website,
Sports law expert John Barnes scores a major win with the first book on the Canadian law of hockey. A natural successor to Professor Barnes’ internationally acclaimed Sports and the Law in Canada, 3rd Edition, this text delivers a comprehensive survey of the law of hockey, examining a range of on-ice and off-ice issues in their historical, social and economic context. This book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the game and serves as an engaging overview of Canadian law. Topics covered include:
Please stop by the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library in Regina if you are interested in this item. Call Number: KF 3989.B261 2010.
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