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From Private Practice To General Counsel In Sport

Wednesday, 03 March 2021

This event will be relevant to lawyers working in-house and in private practice who are looking for advice on how to develop their careers.

Learn how to develop your career from being in private practice to General Counsel in sport in an interactive panel discussion with leading sports lawyers:


  1. Carrie Donaghy, Motorsport Legal Director at Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team
  2. Achta Mahamat Saleh, Director, Legal Affairs & Compliance Division, Confédération Africaine de Football
  3. Steve Argeris, Former Vice-President and General Counsel, Tepper Sports (Carolina Panthers and Charlotte MLS 2021
  4. Natalie St. Cyr Clarke, Legal Affairs Manager, FIBA
  5. Craig Harris, Barrister & Arbitrator, Furnival Chambers


  • How can you overcome obstacles to your career development?
  • What are the common mistakes you see from people starting out in sports law
  • What can make help you to excel at your work?
  • How do important is networking and how do you approach it?
  • How can you keep updated on relevant developments both legal, commercial & regulatory relevant to your organization?

For those who are at an earlier stage of their career journey, it may be helpful to join our earlier session at 3pm GMT on 'How to become a sports lawyer - AMA'.

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