How do you break into "sports law'? It is highly competitive sector where employers can have their pick of candidates for what are a limited number of roles.
This webinar brings together lawyers from across the sports industry (football, horseracing, technology and media), will share their experience of breaking into sports sector and provide advice to those looking to follow in their footsteps.
In addition, John Cullen (Director of Recruitment at LawInSport) will provide insights into what sports organisations, media and technology companies in sport, and law firms are looking for in future employees.
Football law, governance and regulation is growing in complexity across the world, from player contracts, international transfers, agents regulations, club licensing or challenging the decision of regulators or adjudicatory bodies.
It's no longer optional to understand the legal and regulatory landscape in football, as it has a direct influence on the success players, clubs and leagues have on and off the pitch.
The international Sports Law Arbitration Moot (SLAM) is a world class competition, with the aim to promote greater knowledge of the values and rules of international sports arbitration, the go to dispute resolution mechanism in the sector.
SLAM provides students from around the world the opportunity to:
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