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Leading UK sports lawyers to offer advice on how to become a sports lawyer

How to become a sports lawyer

#BeaSportsLawyer - 3rd February 2014, London


LawInSport is delighted to confirm that lawyers from a variety of sports organisations and private practice firms and chambers will be sharing their experiences of developing a career as a sports lawyer and offering their advice to aspiring sports lawyers on the 3rd February 2014.

Lawyers from the following organisations will be present:

The Football Association
Rugby Football Union
British Horseracing Authority
Amateur Swimming Association
Sky Sports
BT Sports
Perform Group
IMG
Mercedes AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team
Formula One Management
Charles Russell
Sheridans
Field Fisher Waterhouse
Dentons
Mills & Reeve
Hill Dickinson
2 Temple Gardens
BHW Solicitors
Blackstone Chambers

If you haven’t yet book your ticket you can do so here. If you cannot attend in person, then you can still follow updates and/or to submit questions on Twitter @LawInSport using the hashtag #BeaSportsLawyer or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A special thank you to our sponsors the British Association for Sport and Law, Charles Russell LLP, Nottingham Law School (LLM in Sports Law) and the Sports Law Unit at Leicester De Montfort Law School, without whom we would not be able to put on the event.

 

 

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