As part of the increasingly busy practice of sports law, Indiana’s Valparaiso University School of Law has opened what is believed to be the nation’s first clinic providing free legal assistance to athletes and coaches in amateur sports.

The VU Sports Law Clinic is designed to serve amateur athletes and coaches who lack financial resources to pay for legal representation in matters of doping, eligibility, immigration and more.

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