Take the “amateurism” regulations out of student sports - The collapse of amateurism in Japanese and US student sports
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- Tags: Baseball | Basketball | College Sport | Employment Law | FIFA | Governance | J-League | Japan | Japan Amateur Baseball Association (JABA) | Japan Student Baseball Association (JSBA) | Japan Student Baseball Charter (JSBC) | Japan the High School Baseball Association (JHSBF) | La Liga | National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) | Regulation | South Korea | Spain | Spanish La Liga | United States of America (USA)
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About the Author
Takuya, a Japanese Attorney-at-Law, is the founder and Managing Partner of Field-R Law Offices, a niche sports and entertainment legal practice based in Tokyo.
Takuya has vast legal and business experience in sports both in Japan and internationally. He is a member of the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber, a position held since 2009. In 2016 he became the Chairman of FIFPro Division Asia/Oceania.