39 Essex Chambers congratulates Lord Dyson and William Norris QC on their recent appointment to the Football Association (FA) Judicial Panel as a Specialist Panel Member. This appointment makes Lord… Read more »
Date & Time: Tuesday 26th September 2017 6pm until 7pm Venue: 39 Essex Chambers 81 Chancery Lane London WC2A 1DD Course Aims and Objectives: To inform Sports Law practitioners of… Read more »
“The announcement this week by the federal Minister for Sport, Greg Hunt, that the government is considering the establishment of a sporting equivalent of the Court of Arbitration is a… Read more »
Paul Hayes has written a chapter on ‘The Commercial Rationale of the World Anti-Doping Code’ in the book entitled ‘Doping in Sport and the Law’ by Hart Publishing, Oxford. The… Read more »
Paul Hayes has successfully represented teenage Australian shooter, Mitchell Iles, in his Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal against non-nomination by Shooting Australia to the Australian Olympic Committee for selection in… Read more »
Jonathan Bellamy will partake in a panel discussion on “Lessons in Good Governance: What Went Wrong at FIFA?” at the Sports Resolutions: Integrity and Good Governance Conference at the Grange… Read more »
Edwin Glasgow QC is to become the new Chair of sport specialist arbitration and mediation body Sport Resolutions UK. He takes over from Peter Crystal who leaves the board having… Read more »
Lecture presented by Paul Hayes at the University of Cambridge on 19 September 2015. The slides from this lecture can be viewed here.