Results & Evaluation of Pro Bono Legal Services at the Tokyo 2020 Games
During the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which held between July and September 2021, the Pro Bono Legal Advice and Representation Service for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games (Service) was provided by lawyers in Japan.
In this article, the author, as a member of the Management Committee of the Service and a secretariat of the Japan Sports Arbitration Agency, provides an overview, results and evaluation of the Service.
Specifically, this article examines:
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- Tags: Arbitration | Athletics | CAS | Dispute Resolution | Olympics | Paralympics | Pro Bono Legal Advice | Tennis | Tokyo 2022
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Shoichi Sugiyama is a Japanese attorney specialized in sports law. He is a member of the Japan Sports Law Association, the Japan Arbitrators Association, and the Daini Tokyo Bar Association Law Policy Committee on Sports Law. Shoichi serves as a case manager of the Japan Sports Arbitration Agency and teaches sports law at Chuo University and Nihon University.