Sport Resolutions Annual Conference 2018
Sport Resolutions Annual Conference 2018 will take place on Thursday 3 May at the five-star Grange St. Paul’s Hotel in London.
The event brings together sport and law professionals to debate the big issues that create conflict and disputes in sport.
We are developing a programme of world class speakers and topical content which will be announced in the weeks ahead. The themes of this years' conference include ‘integrity’ and ‘diversity’.
General tickets are on sale from the 1st of March 2018 at a price of £345.00 ex VAT.
This is a CPD accredited event.
Our Event Partners
We are delighted that Sport Resolutions' Annual Conference 2018 is brought to you in association with Winston & Strawn LLP for a second year.
Winston is an international law firm with more than 900 lawyers in 16 offices across Europe, the Middle East, the United States and Asia. The firm’s comprehensive practice has an exceptional depth of knowledge in the sports industry. Winston’s Sports Law Practice is one of the preeminent sports practices in the world, most recently recognised as “Law Firm of the Year” for “Sports Law” in the 2018 edition of U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers.
Peter Crowther, Winston’s London office managing partner, said the firm is proud to once again sponsor this flagship event in partnership with Sport Resolutions, which aligns with Winston’s commitment to supporting and understanding what causes disputes in the sports arena.
Richard Harry, Chief Executive of Sport Resolutions said: “We thank Winston & Strawn for their continued support of our flagship event, 'Staying Ahead of the Game'. We are looking forward to working closely with them to ensure the conference sponsorship delivers strong brand association and importantly a showcase event that brings together sport and law professionals to debate the big issues that create conflict in sport”.
Alison Mitchell | @AlisonMitchell
Alison is an award winning sport journalist and broadcaster, best known as a cricket commentator on the BBC’s iconic Test Match Special programme. A trail blazer in her field, Alison has led the way as a female sports commentator, establishing herself back in 2007 as the first woman to be a regular part of the TMS team, covering cricket around the world. She broke further ground recently by commentating on the men’s Ashes series for BT Sport - the first time a woman had been involved in televised Ashes coverage. Alison also commentates on tennis as part of the BBC's Wimbledon coverage, and has played key roles at the Beijing, London and Rio Olympics Games as a presenter and commentator for BBC Radio Five Live, as well as for Channel 4 at the London Paralympics. Alison presents a weekly cricket podcast on the BBC World Service and can be heard presenting the sport on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4.
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