Our aim is to bring women in the sports law sector together through regular educational and networking events. We also want to raise awareness of the participation of women in the sports law sector through the publication of annual reports.
We regularly hold small-scale meetings in different countries and we discuss sports-law specific topics in an informal setting (#WomenTalkFootball #WomenTalkDoping & #WomenTalkSports, depending on the topic). Both women and men are welcome to attend our events (subject to space availability).
In accordance with our WISLaw Statutes, all women active / interested in sports law can become active members of our association. Men who wish to participate in our events or support our initiative are welcome to join us as “friends of the association”.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in supporting our initiative in any way you deem fit.
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Our Third WISLaw Annual Conference and General Assembly will be at FIFA Headquarters in Zurich on 14-15 November 2919 – click here for details!
Our WISLaw Honorary President Moya Dodd discusses the participation of women in the sports law field and stresses the need to achieve more diversity in the sector.
Our Latest Events
On February 19, 2020, WISLaw held a Talk at the FIFPRO headquarters. After a warm welcome by new FIFPRO General Secretary Jonas Baer-Hoffmann, we kicked off the talk with an introduction by WISLaw’s co-founder Melanie Schärer. Right after that, WISLaw members Sara...
On the 14th and 15th of November 2019, members of Women in Sports Law from all over the world convened at the FIFA Headquarters in Zurich Switzerland for the 3rd Annual General Assembly and Conference. During the General Assembly portion of the meeting, updates...
“A Conversation with Women in Sports Law” WISLaw Event at Southwestern Law School’s Biederman Entertainment & Medial Law Institute, Thursday October 17, 2019 The WISLaw event took place at Southwestern Law School’s Biederman Entertainment & Media Law...