Sport and the Law: A Concise Guide

Published 30 January 2011

Sport and the Law: A Concise Guide provides an overview of the law relating to sport in Ireland. In recent years we have seen an increased involvement of the law as it applies sport. Sport and the Law identifies the main legal concepts in a clear, concise and user-friendly manner.

Sport and the Law: A Concise Guide is intended for use by sports governing bodies, sports persons, coaches, referees, lawyers, and those studying sports or law related courses. It is also a useful source for those who have an interest in the interaction between sport and the law.

The author, Laura Donnellan, LLB, LLM is a Lecturer in Law in the School of Law, University of Limerick. Published by Blackhall Publishing

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