How to prepare and present a case before a disciplinary tribunal

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How to prepare and present a case before a disciplinary tribunal

How to prepare and present a case before a disciplinary tribunal

Sport Resolutions, in association with Guildhall Chambers, will be holding its third seminar of 2019 on Wednesday 13th March at 1 Salisbury Square in London.

Seminar Introductions

Christopher Quinlan QC, Sport Resolutions panel member and a barrister with Guildhall Chambers, will be delivering the seminar that will focus on considerations and steps to take to efficiently prepare a case for presentation before a disciplinary tribunal.

Provisional seminar programme

12.45 - 13.00 Registration
13.00 – 14.00 Session 1
14.00 – 14.15 Break
14.15 – 15.15 Session 2
15.15 – 16.00 Networking

Session details

Session 1:

  • From a number of allegations, narrowing down information and identifying the most appropriate charges, mindful of the applicable rules.
  • Selecting evidence to support your case: which witnesses to present and the credibility/willingness of those individuals to testify, documentary evidence, and relevance to the charges.

Session 2:

  • Once all evidence and submissions are exchanged, bundle creation and submission.
  • Collaborative approaches between parties: agreed statement of facts, agreed suggested directions, timetabling of the hearing.
  • Preparation for hearing: time zones, A/V requirements, witness contact details, catering, and liaison with tribunal secretariat.
  • Practical Exercise / Case Scenario

Who should attend?

  • National Governing Bodies
  • Sporting clubs
  • Lawyers working with National Governing Bodies and sports clubs
  • Academics/Students

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