Professor Jack Anderson - Sports law in Oz, and handling of Russia at Winter Olympics - Episode 65
Published 20 April 2018 | Authored by: Sean Cottrell
In this interview Prof. Jack Anderson discusses the development of sports law in Australia and analyses the legal issues that arose with Russian athletes competing at the Winter Olympics.
If you are interested in sports law education, anti-doping and/or sports arbitration then this will be of interest to you.
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