Sport Scholar Profile | John T. Wendt, University of St Thomas


Position

  • John T. Wendt serves as a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Ethics and Business Law at the University of St Thomas.  He holds a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota and a Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law.  His research focuses on sports law, risk management, and the use of performance enhancing drugs.  He is also a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Lausanne, Switzerland).

Contact

  • 1111 105th Street West,
    Inver Grove Heights,
    Minnesota 55077 USA
  • E-mail

Research interests

  • Legal and Ethical Issues and Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sport;
  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Sport and Risk Management;
  • Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Selected publications

Wendt, J.T. (2020) “Third Time’s The Charm?  The Horseracing Integrity Act of 2019,” Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, American Bar Association, Forum Committee on the Entertainment and Sports Industries, 36(1).
Wendt, J.T. (2018) “The PyeongChang Olympics – The Peace Games?” Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, American Bar Association, Forum Committee on the Entertainment and Sports Industries, 34(3).
Wendt, J.T. (2015) “Horse Racing in the United States: A Call for a Harmonized Approach to Anti-Doping Regulation,” Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 25,(2).
Wendt, J.T. & Miller, J.J. (2015) “Ref, Is This the Final?’ Concussion Issues at the 2014 FIFA Men’s World Cup: A Case Study,” Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 25,(1).
Wendt, J.T. & Young, P.C. (2014) “Protecting spectator rights: reflections on the General Law of the Cup,” The International Sports Law Journal, 14(3-4), 179.
Miller, J.J, & Wendt, J.T. (2014) “The Concussion Crisis in the National Hockey League,” Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 9(1).
Wendt, J.T. (2012) “Toward Harmonization: British Olympic Association v. The World Anti-Doping Association,Marquette Sports Law Review, 23(1),154.
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