Law, Society and Popular Culture
Lex sportiva as transnational law
4 April 2011
Following Ken Foster's seminar in April, four students (one PhD student, three from the LLM Entertainment Law programme) were invited along to the LawAccord Conference, itself part of the broader SportAccord programme.
We were indebted to Ken Foster and Stephen Townley for organising this for the students. This was an extremely high level event with contributions from the Director of WADA and the Secretary of the Court of Arbitration for Sport and the students were delighted to have been offered such an opportunity. The photo shows three of the students with Ken before their trip to LawAccord.
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