Jack Anderson is Professor and Director of Sports Law Studies at the University of Melbourne. He has published widely in the area of sports law including The Legality of Boxing (2007),Textbook on Sports Law (2010), Leading Cases in Sports Law (2013) and EU Sports Law (2017). He is a Chartered Arbitrator and, having previously been an arbitrator with the GAA, FAI and Just Sport Ireland, he is currently a mediator/arbitrator for Sports Resolutions UK and the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
He supports Doon, Limerick, Munster, Ireland and Watford FC and, yes, he looks like Paul Scholes.
- The legal status and difficult future of greyhound racing
- Why the Russian Olympic doping saga shows the need for a radically different approach to anti-doping in sport
- Duty of Care in Sport: Making the case for a Sports Ombudsman in the UK
- Concussion in sport - How employers’ duties compare in the U.K., Ireland & North America
- The integrity framework that can save the ‘Game Act’ and serve as a model for U.S. sports betting legalization
- The legal implications of concussion in contact sports
- The scope of the duty of care in sport - A submission in relation to UK Government’s review
- Sharapova’s doping scandal - are athletes now more concerned about legality than ethics?
- What next for sport and the IAAF in the wake of Russia’s doping crisis?
- The legality of boxing: a punch drunk love?
- Symptom free: will the law strike a knockout blow on concussion in rugby?
- Why 2014 was the year of the whistleblower
- Doping, Sport and the Law: A Day in the Federal Court, Essendon Football Club v ASADA (2014)
- What are the legal rights of affected parties from Qatar 2022 allegations?
- Match-fixing and the rights of individual sports participants: The Stephen Lee appeal
- Jack Anderson's 7 point anti-doping plan #ChooseTheRightTrack - Part 2
- Jack Anderson on the launch of #ChooseTheRightTrack - an anti-doping campaign - Part 1
- Prevention, detection and co-operation in match-fixing – Part 3
- Prevention, detection and co-operation in match-fixing – Part 2
- Prevention, detection and co-operation in match-fixing – Part 1
- Concussion, sport and the law
- Armstrong’s pedalling furiously but where’s he going?
- Random thoughts on Lance
- Violence, sport, the law and Paul O’Connell
- Sporting risks, the law and wheelchair rugby: the case of Kylie Grimes
- Dispute resolution at the London 2012 Olympic Games, part 2
- Dispute resolution at the London 2012 Olympic Games, part 1