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[Author: Trusha Modi, a third-year student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] Introduction The tweets made by Ollie Robinson were all over the Internet few minutes after he took the field at the Home of Cricket to represent his country for the first-time. These tweets included racist and sexist remarks which were made byContinue Reading
[Author: Arnav Joshi, a fourth-year law student at Jindal Global Law School. This article has been previously published at the Author’s Blog- Route One Sports Law] Introduction For football fans across the globe, wearing their club’s colors is a matter of pride. It gives fans a chance to show their passion and loyalty towards theirContinue Reading
[From the Editors’ Desk – By Aakash Batra] American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson is going to miss the 100m event at the Tokyo Olympics owing to her being handed over a one-month long suspension by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (‘USADA’). This news definitely left her fans saddened and confused, considering that she was one ofContinue Reading
[Author: Shivang Mishra, a student of Law at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam] A Glorious History and A Difficult Present Sporting Club East Bengal has been one of the most successful football teams in the state of West Bengal. The centenarian club has achieved various milestones in its glorious history and is accreditedContinue Reading
[This interview has been conducted by and primarily published at Legalbots’ Blog – Legalbots.in is India’s leading career portal and job site for lawyers, advocates, paralegals, company secretaries and legal executives. We thank them for authorizing this cross-post] Somewhere we are all sports geeks, having played our favourite sports or having watched sports personalities aceContinue Reading
[Author: Swara Popat, a Student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] INTRODUCTION: Although sports have been an inherent part of human life, its relationship with the law is relatively nascent. In the last few decades, sport has gone from a field unhindered by law to one where almost any action can potentially cause litigation.Continue Reading
[Author- Sarthak Sharma, student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] Introduction Manchester United is a football club based in Manchester, England, which competes in the top division of English football. They were nicknamed “Red Devils” due to their intensity of play and the dominance they asserted on English football, which is reflected in theContinue Reading
[Author- Archit Uniyal, a Penultimate year student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] Racism remains one of the most problematic socio-political issues in the world today, specifically in the football community. English Football has tried to manage the challenges posed by racism taking place in football matches to some extent, however, there has beenContinue Reading
[Author: Utkarsh Mishra, a penultimate year student of Law at Jindal Global Law School] In December 2019, Russia was handed a four-year ban for major doping offences by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Recently, the ban was cut down to two years along with certain concessions by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). TheContinue Reading
Ms. Maulika K Hegde & Mr. Tarun Singh have put together a compilation on the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The compilation gives the genesis of CAS and the functioning of its vital organs. Please send in your feedback and share your ideas with them regarding similar poster series. Use the following buttons toContinue Reading
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