The 2TG Sports Team led by Nina Goolamali QC comprises specialist advocates who have extensive experience of acting for clients across all major sports including football, rugby (union and league), motorsports (F1, MotoGP, motocross, Formula 3 and karting), cycling, equestrianism, cricket, skiing, netball and tennis.
Drawing on Chambers’ established expertise in the complementary fields of commercial law, insurance, employment, property damage and personal injury, the 2TG Sports Team provides a complete service to clients in complex sporting disputes.
Such disputes often give rise to arguments as to the interpretation and application of the rules and regulations of major sports governing bodies (e.g. FA, Premier League, IRB, RFU, FIA, MSA, ACU, ECB, LTA and UCI) as well as contractual disputes relating to a wide range of sports specific matters.
Our clients include clubs, teams, match officials, governing bodies, event organisers, schools and many individual competitors. The 2TG Sports team are gaining a strong reputation for providing swift, commercial and practical analysis of difficult sports law issues in high profile matters.
Members of the team are also part of the Sport Resolutions UK Pro Bono Legal Service which is made up of lawyers willing to provide pro-bono legal advice and representation to athletes, coaches, team officials, and other individuals appearing before Sport Resolutions and other sport specific tribunals.
Nina Goolamali QC and Stuart Benzie are listed as Leading Barristers in Sport in The Legal 500 2016: https://www.legal500.com/
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