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Sweet & Maxwell International Sports Law Review

Sweet & Maxwell International Sports Law Review
Practice Area: Sports Law
ISSN: 1467-6680
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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This quarterly journal analyses current issues and developments in the practice of law as it affects sports business and sports-related litigation, and is the only source of full sports law reports. Edited by a team of well-known experts, it covers domestic and international developments in this fast-growing area.
  • The only journal to regularly publish full sports law reports
  • Also covers peripheral areas of law which impact on sports, such as personal injury, negligence, criminal law
  • International contributors advise on developments in their own countries as well as providing in-depth articles

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  • Case reports covering sports law
  • Articles on the law and regulation of sports and adjacent issues such as tort law in the context of sports law
  • International news and opinion on the world of sports law


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The Editors welcome contributions to Sweet & Maxwell's International Sports Law Review. Articles for consideration should be 4,000-5,000 words and Legal Analyses 2,000-2,500 words, and sent to: The Publisher, Sweet & Maxwell's International Sports Law Review, Sweet & Maxwell, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Electronic mail: clare.mcmahon@thomsonreuters.com
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General Editor
The Honourable Michael J. Beloff K.C.
President British Association of Sport and Law, Blackstone Chambers,Temple, London EC4Y 7BH

Professor Gary Roberts School of Law, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Ms Serena Hedley-Dent Farrer & Co, London
Mr Warren Phelops Nicholson Graham & Jones, London
Mr Mark Gay DLA Piper, London
Ms Lesley Farrell S.J. Berwin, London
Ms Marie Demetriou Brick Court Chambers, London
Ms Sarah Moore 11 King's Bench Walk, London
Mr Tim Kerr, K.C. 11 King's Bench Walk, London
Dr Gregory Ioannidis Law Department Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
Mr Rupert Beloff 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square

Law Reports Editor
Ms Jane Mulcahy Blackstone Chambers, London

Country Correspondents: News Section
Marinus Vromans De Keersmaeker Vromans, Brussels, Belgium
Lars Halgreen Johan Schlüter, Copenhagen, Denmark
François Ponthieu Cabinet Klein-Goddard Associés, Paris and Marseille, France
Luca Ferrari Studio Legal Giordano, Padova, Italy
Erik Flaagan Moltke Advokatfirma DA, Oslo, Norway
José Manuel Meirim Sports Law Professor, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Deon van Zyl Cape Town, South Africa
Diego Rodriguez and Ferran Escayola Garrigues Sports & Entertainment, Barcelona, Spain
Owe Hjelquist Setterwalls, Stockholm, Sweden
Christoph Gasser Staiger, Schwald & Partner, Zurich, Switzerland
Daniel Hufschmid Lenz & Staehelin, Zurich, Switzerland


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Michael J. Beloff K.C.
Blackstone Chambers
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Clare McMahon
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