Our Contributors

A short portfolio of the people that have contributed to the Sports Law Report…

Josh Easterbrook

Founder

After graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Sports Law and Business at the University Campus of Football Business (UCFB), Josh is currently studying Sports Law and Practice LLM at De Monfort University alongside working as Commercial and Legal Executive at Wycombe Wanderers.

See Josh’s most recent contribution here:

2020 a year in review… what has 2021 got in store?

As 2020 draws to a close, to many peoples delight, it creates a perfect opportunity to look back and review the “unprecedented year” and start looking towards what 2021 may have in store for the sporting world. 2020 began with major international governing bodies looking forward to the summer, where major competitions were due to … Continue reading 2020 a year in review… what has 2021 got in store?

Email me: josh.easterbrook@outlook.com

Joe Mabey

Contributor

Whilst studying Sports Law at UCFB, Joe has sought to expand his knowledge of the sector. Throughout his time as an undergraduate, he has worked with prestigious organisations such as Harvard Law, IMG and the FA.

See Joe’s most recent contribution here:

Email Joe: joemabey@gmail.com

Cameron Simpson

Contributor

See Cameron’s latest contribution here:

The summer of legal trouble for Manchester City and their battle against UEFA:

As the 2019/2020 football season drew to a protracted close, football clubs began planning for the 2020/21 campaign that was due to commence on the 12th of September.  Teams could finally look to improve their squads and move on from the difficulties of the 2019/20 campaign, as well as try to overcome the obstacles that … Continue reading The summer of legal trouble for Manchester City and their battle against UEFA:

Email Cameron: camsimpson491@gmail.com

Jan Kozwolski

Contributor

What are the key economic and legal consequences for the US sports after the coronavirus outbreak?

After the World Health Organization (WHO) President Tedros Adhanom declared outbreak of the COVID-19 as a pandemic on the 11th of March, the world of sports came to a halt.[1] All of the professional leagues in the United States either suspended or cancelled their seasons, and the economic and legal consequences may be severe.[2] Current … Continue reading What are the key economic and legal consequences for the US sports after the coronavirus outbreak?


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