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Sport Resolutions invites applications for its Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators

Sport Resolutions invites applications for its Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators

Press Release

9th November 2020

The application window for joining Sport Resolutions' Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators for the period April 2021 to March 2024 is now open.

Sport Resolutions is the leading independent dispute resolution service for sport based in the United Kingdom and operating globally. We provide an expert, timely and cost-effective alternative to internal appeal processes and court-based litigation. 

We deliver services to leading sporting bodies both in the UK and internationally, and we are proud to work with all in sport, from minority sports to the professional level.

Our diverse panel consists of experienced and esteemed members ranging from leading legal minds including barristers, QCs and former High Court judges, as well as specialists across different sectors such as doctors, scientists, psychologists, pharmacologists, former police officers, social workers, accountants, HR professionals, magistrates and ex-athletes which allows us to tailor appointments to the particular needs of a case.

At Sport Resolutions we are committed to promoting equality and we would particularly encourage applications from individuals from diverse and under-represented backgrounds.

The current panel term expires on the 31st March 2021 and the new panel run from 1st April 2021 for a period of three years. The application window will close on Sunday 31st January 2021.

Full details of the panel application criteria and other useful information can be accessed here.

 

 

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