Law, Society and Popular Culture
New publications on The Olympics
30 July 2012
Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn attended the European Conference on Sport Science in Bruges, presenting three papers:
- Legislative Creep: unpacking lex olympica
- Standards of care in youth sport in England and Wales: evaluating liability
- Negligence, children and sport: Avoiding liability
Serhat Yilmaz had an article entitled “The Transfer Matching System and Minors” published in the 9th Sport Law Bulletin published by the European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL).
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