Matrix Chambers announced as sponsor of the LawInSport Annual Conference Understand the Rules of the Game 2017
We are delighted to announce Matrix Chambers as a coffee break sponsor for LawInSport's 3rd Annual Conference Understand the Rules of the Rules of the Game™ 2017.
Matrix Chambers is a barristers chambers with a leading sports law practice with offices in London and Geneva. Members of chambers have provided advocacy, advice and investigatory expertise in a number of high-profile and complex sport cases. Matrix offer expertise in all areas of sports related disputes including commercial law, competition and regulatory law, employment law, public law, criminal law, immigration law, media law and EU law.
LawInSport’s Annual Conference brings together over 300 leading sports lawyers, sports executives, academics, students and athletes to discuss and debate the key issues and developments in international sports law.
We have an outstanding line-up of speakers who will be discussing and debating some of the most important legal issues and developments in sport including:
- Governance & Anti-Corruption
- Sports Betting
- Media Rights
- Sports Law Education
- Athlete Development
- Equality in Sport
- Brand Protection
- Dispute Resolution
- Sports Analytics
- Legal Trends for In-House Counsel
You can follow-updated from the conference on Twitter by following #LISconf17.
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