SPORTS LAW AND POLICY REVIEW REPORTER
Sports Law and Policy Review Reporter, ‘SLPRR’ in short, is an initiative for facilitating academic research in the area of ‘Law & Sports’ and for publishing knowledgeable content related to Sports Law.
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[Author: Anshul Ramesh, a penultimate year student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] Introduction Competition law, now emerging as one of the key facets of corporate law, has made its mark on the sporting world. The objective of competition law in the sports industry, and especially football, is to promote fair competition in theContinue Reading
[Author: Sanjeet Aggarwal, a first year law student at National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad] While almost all widely viewed team sports- Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Rugby authorize players’ substitution during games, the traditionalist sport of Cricket has always been an odd duck in this respect. Substitutions, both tactical and injury-induced, have been prohibitedContinue Reading
[Author: Deokinandan Sharma, a third year law student at Jindal Global Law School] Having been termed as “financial doping” by the ex-UEFA president Micheal Platini, Financial Fair Play indeed was the need of the hour when the European giants were spending unbelievable amounts of money in their transfer windows. In the year 2010 the ideaContinue Reading