Indian Sports Law : Insights from the Sports Law & Policy Symposium 2017 - Episode 54


Published 26 October 2017 | Authored by: Sean Cottrell

Nandan Kamath, Principal Lawyer at LawNK, and Manali Kulkarni, Executive Assistant at LawInSport, speak to Sean Cottrell, LawInSport Founder & CEO, about the recent, ground breaking the Sports Law & Policy Symposium 2017 held in Bangalore, India this year. This interview specifically highlights the overarching themes from the Symposium, such as the need to prioritize transparency and focus on developing good governance in Indian sport.

For unique insight into the world of Indian sports law, this interview showcases excerpts from interview with Justice Mukul Mudgal, current head of the FIFA Governance Committee, and Abhinav Bindra, Olympian and former professional shooter, on their views regarding governance, regulation, and athlete rights in Indian sport.

For more podcasts, videos, articles, events and news focused sports law visit LawInSport.com or follow us on Twitter @LawInSport. You can follow the host Sean Cottrell on Twitter at @spcott.

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Sean Cottrell

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Sean is the founder and CEO of LawInSport. Founded in 2010, LawInSport has become the "go to sports law website" for sports lawyers and sports executives across the world.

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