A Review Of LawInSport’s Football Conference 2022: Key Lessons For The Sector
As a full member of LawInSport, I regularly read articles encapsulating the essence of law in a sports context. I was drawn to their events section where they announced that they would host a Conference fusing a duality of my passions, football and the law. I was excited by the opportunity to converse with an eclectic group of people whilst attaining greater knowledge on football business by viewing seven fascinating panel talks.
LawInSport hosted their Football Law Conference 2022 on the 23rd of May at the Royal Society of Medicine, London. For videos of the panel sessions at the conference, please click here.
This article will detail a summary of the topics discussed, my experiences of the event and networking in general.
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Charlie is an LPC student from the University of Law, Bloomsbury. Prior to this, he read Law at the University of Durham, graduating in 2019 with a 2:1.