William Norris QC provides insight into remote hearings following some truly global hearings he has experienced while sitting as Chairman on panels for Sport Resolutions. The particular focus of the… Read more »
This case has received widespread public interest for a number of reasons, particularly: The dramatic facts – it was alleged that the vial containing the blood sample had been smashed… Read more »
The recent announcement that Germany intends to introduce a specific esports visa to its immigration code is a watershed moment. In his second article for Law In Sport, Daniel Kozelko… Read more »
Sports safeguarding, the case for a Global Code? In 2004 the World Anti-Doping Code (“WADC”) first entered into force. It sets out common rules and standards for anti-doping testing and… Read more »
“I am a woman and I am a world-class athlete. The IAAF will not drug me or stop me from being who I am.” – Caster Semenya  It is… Read more »
No one can dispute that fairness is integral to sport, but fair to whom? As the International Olympic Charter states as one of its fundamental principles: “The practice of sport… Read more »
Katherine Apps is interviewed in the December 2018 Sports Resolutions Newsletter as part of their “Getting to know our Panel“. Katherine’s practice spans sport, regulatory, disciplinary, employment, public and equality… 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 »
Lecture presented by Paul Hayes at the University of Cambridge on 19 September 2015. The slides from this lecture can be viewed here.
Paul Hayes (2014) To read this article, please click here.