Sports Lawyer In The Spotlight: Mark Hovell
For this week’s edition on Sports Lawyer In The Spotlight, we sat down with Mark Hovell, who is a partner at Mills & Reeve and heads up their sports practice. He specialises in regulatory, governance, commercial and financial matters, across all sports, both in the UK and across the world.
He is an experienced CAS Arbitrator (Court of Arbitration For Sport) and has adjudicated nearly 400 cases as a CAS arbitrator. He was part of the CAS Ad-hoc panels at the Rio Olympic Games 2016. He’s a member of the National Anti-Doping Panel, back in the UK.
Mark is also an Editorial Board member at LawInSport.
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Manan is currently an Editor at LawInSport. Before joining LawInSport, Manan practiced law at a leading media and entertainment law firm in Mumbai, India. Manan has been a part of LawInSport's inaugural Academy Mentoring Scheme and was mentored by LawInSport CEO and Founder, Sean Cottrell.
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Prior to joining LawInSport, Marcos undertook a 12-month legal internship with one of the largest anti-slavery organisations in the world, International Justice Mission, at their field office in La Paz, Bolivia. He graduated with an LLM in Commercial & Corporate law from Queen Mary University of London in 2020.
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