• 13 February 2019 70 days ago

    Draft Programme Updated

    We have updated the draft programme of the summer school, which now contains all names you can look forward to in July 2019. more

  • 23 January 2019 91 days ago

    WADA & RUSADA Situation

    WADA successfully retrieved data from Moscow laboratory and continues applying conditions of RUSADA compliance. Come to the summer school and discuss with us the situation surrounding the Russian state-sponsored doping. more

  • 13 January 2019 101 days ago

    Zubkov is an Olympic champion, but only in Russia.

    According to a Russian court, Alexander Zubkov can keep two gold medals from the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, even though the CAS confirmed the IOC's decision to strip him of medals for doping. Zubkov remains an Olympic champion, but only in Russia. How will this conflict between sports law and national law be resolved? more

  • 6 January 2019 108 days ago

    Draft World Anti-Doping Code 2021

    In less than two years, the World Anti-Doping Code 2021 will come into force. The draft brings certain significant modifications to the functioning of the World Anti-Doping Programme, many of which we will discuss at the summer school in July 2019. more

  • 2 December 2018 143 days ago

    CAS Anti-Doping Division soon in operation

    The second week of our summer school will focus on anti-doping. The creation of the special CAS Anti-Doping Division is a big step towards a more effective fight against doping in sport. It should function from 1 January 2019. more

  • 17 November 2018 158 days ago

    Draft Programme 2019

    The draft programme of the 2019 summer school is now available. It contains the names of lecturers, who will come to the Giant Mountains, as well as the topics of their lectures. more

  • 25 October 2018 181 days ago

    ISLJ Annual International Sports Law Conference starts today

    This year’s edition will touch upon many of the burning issues in international sports law and governance, such as the impact of human rights in sports, the role of science in the regulation of sports, and the increasingly important intersection between competition law and the private rules of sports governing bodies. more

  • 9 October 2018 197 days ago

    European Court of Human Rights ruled in Mutu and Pechstein case

    Last Tuesday, the ECHR finally issued the ruling in Pechstein and Mutu case. It concerned the question of independence and impartiality as well as other aspects of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which we will discuss in detail in the summer 2019. more

  • 3 June 2018 325 days ago

    Summer School Cancelled

    Dear all, we are very sorry to announce that the CLS Summer School 2018: Law and Technology, View from a Mountain, had to be cancelled because of organisational diffuculties. We tried our best to avoid this outcome but the trouble unfortunately prevailed in the end. Please accept our... more

  • 23 May 2018 336 days ago

    2018 Lecturers: Jack Nea

    Next lecturer is Jack Nea who is the Legal Research Manager for the Courts Service of Ireland. In this role Jack leads the legal research support function for the Irish Judiciary (comprising of approximately 40 researchers), and directs both long and short term legal research projects undertaken... more

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