Do English laws sufficiently protect sports stars from social media abuse?
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About the Author
Yama is an Editor at LawInSport, working with Chris Bond and the Editorial board on content review and commissioning. Prior to joining LawInSport, Yama trained as a solicitor at a leading media law firm and subsequently worked as a sports arbitration and disputes lawyer at a boutique sports firm.
Yama was formerly a Trustee of the Palace for Life Foundation, Crystal Palace FC where she focused on providing opportunities to disadvantaged young people in South London.