Interview with Matthieu Reeb, Secretary General of the Court of Arbitration for Sport - Episode 22
Published 04 September 2014 By: Sean Cottrell
In our first episode back after a short break, Matthieu Reeb, Secretary General of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), talks to Sean Cottrell, about the structures and processes of the CAS, the CAS pro bono services, offers his opinion on what it takes to be a good sports lawyer and CAS arbitrator and talks about his own journey into sports law and what the future holds for CAS and much more.
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