Charles Flint QC
Charles Flint QC has extensive experience in Sports Law, both as counsel and arbitrator, and particularly in anti-doping cases. Charles was also a member of the Anti-Doping Review, established by the British Olympic Association in preparation for the Olympic Games 2012. He is listed in the legal directories as a leading silk in inter alia, Financial Services, Commercial Litigation and Sports Law. Charles was also Chairman of the Sports Broadcast Monitoring Committee established by Sport and Recreation Alliance, to monitor compliance with the code relating to broadcasting rights granted by the major sports. He is a co-author of "The Regulation of Drug Use in Sport" in "Sport: Law and Practice" (Butterworths - 2003). He appeared in the BBC Radio 4 series "Unreliable Evidence" speaking on sports law and was a member of the Ethics Advisory Group established as part of the London 2012 bid. Charles practises from Blackstone Chambers, London.