Contemporary issues in sports law and practice 2012
Friday 2 November 2012, De Montfort University, Leicester Published 09 October 2012
Designing And Delivering An Effective Sports Rights Programme - Stephen Marsden - CEO, Sports Marketing And Management Limited (SMAM)
'Cage-Fighting': Lawful Recognised Sport Or Unregulated Brawling? - Hazel Hartley - Principal Lecturer In Sport, Law And Ethics, Leeds Metropolitan University
The Increasing Use Of Social Media In Sport-Legal Issues - Jason Smith -Partner, Brabners Chafffe Street Solicitors
The Biological Passport In Doping - Peter Charlish - Principal Lecturer In Sports Law, Sheffield Hallam University
From Spurs To Arsenal: The Travels Of An In House Sports Lawyer - Anna-Marie Blakeley - In House Counsel, Arsenal Football Club
Prosecuting Sports Disciplinary Cases - Phil Gibbs - Barrister, Khc Garden Square Chambers
Andy Gray, Head of De Montfort Law School Sports Law Unit and Director of Regulatory and Legal Affairs, British Swimming/ASA.
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