Arbitration Committee Panelists

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IMMAF


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Voluntary


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29.06.2021


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IMMAF seeks volunteers for Arbitration role

The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) is looking for legal and arbitration specialists, with a passion for sport, to be part of volunteer Panels to assist the independent Arbitration Committee with case management and hearings, in accordance with the IMMAF Statutes https://immaf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/IMMAF-Statutes-2021-Edition_Final.pdf

The IMMAF Arbitration Committee is required to establish a pool of Arbitrators with recognised competence with regards to sport and alternative dispute resolution procedures, including expertise in Anti-doping Rules (ADR).

IMMAF Arbitrators are appointed by the Chairman of the Arbitration Committee with the aim of ensuring a wide geographical and gender representation for individual Hearing Panels.

Although IMMAF is registered in Switzerland, IMMAF encourages applicants from all over the world. While knowledge of English is essential, as all cases are currently heard in English, other language skills will be an advantage as IMMAF’s global footprint continues to grow.

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and fast-growing international federation team in its journey to full sporting recognition, send a letter of application and a CV to declan.ritchie@immaf.org. Please include any relevant experience as well as the amount of time that you can dedicate to the role.

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