Ed Edmonds

Ed Edmonds

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Associate Dean for Library and Information Technology
Professor of Law

Office: 2345A Biolchini Hall
Phone: 574-631-5916
Email: edmonds.7@nd.edu

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Areas of Expertise

Sports law, antitrust and labor issues involving baseball

As an expert, Edmonds resides at the intersection of athletics and the law. His primary scholarly interests concern antitrust and labor issues involving baseball, and his writings have examined a wide array of topics such as Congress and sports agents and the legislative history of boxing. A regular speaker at the annual Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, Edmonds also frequently addresses the annual Spring Training Conference on the Historical and Sociological Impact of Baseball sponsored by Nine: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture. He is director of the Law School’s Kresge Law Library and he has taught in the areas of legal research, sports, antitrust, criminal and entertainment law.


U.S. News & World Report — How the Fantasy Football Scandal Will Affect IPOs for DraftKings and FanDuel
CNN — A stunning blow to NFL’s disciplinarian-in-chief
Huffington Post — Why The ‘Deflategate’ Ruling Could Finally Limit Roger Goodell’s Power
Chicago Tribune — Baseball needs to reduce the risk of fan injury
Associated Press — Foul-ball injury highlights delicate stadium safety balance
The New York Times — Senate Subcommittee Preparing to Question U.S. Soccer Official Next Week
Los Angeles Times — A compendium of corruption: Some of the notorious (and some alleged) scandals in sports history
Reuters — New York woman claims copyright to Yankees top hat logo