Sport and Law Mini-Conference

Sport and Law Mini-Conference
Saturday, 09 March 2013

Friday 15 March 2013, Leeds Metropolitan Univeristy

The British Association of Sport and Law and Leeds Metropolitan University have come together to host a mini-conference on topical sports law issues. The conference will cover the topics of ambush marketing, cheating in sport,  concussions and the law, and Lance Armstrong saga.

To book your place visit https://www.eventbrite.com/event/5426581050

12.30-1.10pm registration room 422

1.15-1.30pm Welcome-Conference Convenir Dr Hazel Hartley

1.30-2.00pm 'Ambush Marketing:reviewing the effectiveness of Olympic Association Rights' (Mark James, Salford University Law School and Editorial Board Member, LawInSport)

2.00pm-2.30pm ‘Cheating in Sport: is increasing regulation the answer?’ (Urvasi Naidoo, Lawyer, World Netball)

2.30-3.00pm ‘Hockey, Concussions and the Law: a head shot across the bow for the NHL' (Jon Heshka, Thompson Rivers University, by podcast)

3.00-3.15pm tea/coffee break

3.15-3.45pm ‘Lance Armstrong: an uphill struggle’ (Peter Charlish, Sheffield Hallam University, School of Law)

3.45-4.15pm ‘Round Table session’ your chance to quiz a sport law academic of sport lawyer.

4.15pm close. Lecture Theatre 418

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