The Board of Directors is delighted to announce the programme of events for BASL members for 2017. We very much hope that members can attend. Please see full details here. All events are free of charge to members, save for the Annual Conference and Mini-Conference for which members are entitled...
The BASL Masterclass Series delivers current and relevant content in an interactive and engaging environment. Each Masterclass is delivered by sport and law professionals and is accompanied by a Masterclass Pack, enabling further knowledge enhancement as well as being pivotal reference points for participants during and after the Masterclass.
All Masterclasses, whether online or in person, will be delivered with a limited capacity to offer full accessibility and engagement to all participants.
25th February – Sports Media Rights: Maximising Value Via Tender Processes & Deal Negotiations
Oliver Holland and Kate Sloane, TEAM Marketing UK
25th March – Integrity in Sport: Challenges and Considerations Tim Naylor, British Horseracing Authority
29th April – Challenges for Sport in a Pandemic Polly Handford, The FA and James Stebbing, Six Nations Rugby
27th May – Beyond the Field of Play: The Impact of Immigration in Sport Laura Darnley and Arshia Hashmi, Brabners LLP
24th June – Player v Agent Disputes in Sport: Core Legal Principles Daniel Saoul QC, 4 New Square
23rd September – Whistleblowing in Sport and How to Protect the Whistleblower Louis Weston, Outer Temple Chambers
28th October – A Winter World Cup: Regulatory Considerations Barry Lysaght, Saudi Arabian Football Federation
25th November – Integrity, Commercial and Regulatory Issues in Esports Speaker(s) TBC
Book a place on every masterclass and receive a 10% discount (Companies can send a different member of their team to each masterclass to utilise the discount).
- BASL member £199 per masterclass
- Non-member £229 per masterclass
All attendees will receive the handbook with further reading/resources prior to session and post session will receive the full recording of the session and a certificate of attendance.
If you would like any further information please email: [email protected]
A symposium will be held at De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom. This symposium explores the relationship of horses, society and the law across many positions, including, for instance, the use of horses in the rehabilitation of juvenile and adult criminal offenders, the role of the horse in national identity, modern...