Lecturer in Sports Law, Loughborough University
Serhat Yilmaz is a Lecturer in Sports Law in the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS) in Loughborough University. He holds a PhD in Law from University of Westminster, where he completed his thesis titled “The European Union and Players’ Agents: a theoretical analysis of the EU’s intervention into the regulation of players’ agents in Europe”. Serhat is also an associate lecturer at the Birkbeck Sport Business Centre at Birkbeck College (University of London) and the academic member of the Centre for Society, Law and Popular Culture at the Westminster Law School (University of Westminster)
Serhat’s research expertise is around the regulation of intermediaries/agents and the protection of minors in sport, in particular in football. He has also developed and run, as a programme director, the Professional Certificate Programme for Sports Agents at Loughborough University.
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