Report from Sports Law Ireland 2019 conference - Episode 76
Published 27 February 2019
On 8 February 2019, LawInSport in partnership with the Sports Law Bar Association of Ireland hosted a one-day conference in Dublin (see https://www.lawinsport.com/sports-law-events/past-events/conference/73-sports-law-ireland-conference-2019)
For a ground-breaking conference in Ireland, the expert panels discussed current issues in the world of eSports, media rights, sports betting, and MMA and athlete welfare.
In this podcast, Sean Cottrell, CEO and Founder of LawInSport, speaks with the following panel chairs and attendees about their takeaways from the conference, the key topics that were discussed, and the importance of shared aims to upskill and better educate the international sports law community.
Guests (in order):
Louise Reilly, Barrister
Paul McGarry SC, President of Irish Sports Law Bar Association
Rob McTernaghan, Barrister
Tim O'Connor, Barrister
The host is Sean Cottrell (@spcott), founder and CEO of LawInSport.
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