Arbitration system in sports law
BB69-08 Course duration: 2 hours Number of points allocated: 2 point
- 140 British pounds£140
Introduction to the Arbitration System in Sports Law Course Description Sports activities are essential for human health and professional sports activities are not only part of a country’s culture, but it is also a source of revenue for local economies. The professional practice of a sport creates an amalgamation of legal question deriving from contract law, commercial law, employment law etc. As a result, issues related to sports law, just like questions of contract law, for instance, need to be resolved. In the international sphere, the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS) has been the venue to settle sports grievances. Therefore, this Course critically assesses the system employed by sports bodies to solve sports disputes. This system is mainly concentrated at CAS. Course Aims and objectives are: Understand what sport law is. Evaluate how sports disputes are settled through arbitration at CAS. Assess the provision of the CAS rules and lex sportiva. Discuss the case law generated by CAS. Course Programme 1.5 hours presentation and 0.5 hour problem solving and discussion
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