We are proud to announce that WISLaw will hold its next event on November 6, 2017 from 12-4 pm at the offices of the Canadian Olympic Committee in Montreal, Québec. 500, boul. René-Lévesque Ouest, Montréal (Qc) Canada, H2Z 2A5 (second floor entrance).
The event will start with a light lunch and networking opportunity. A number of prominent WISLaw members and/or friends will then provide semi-formal interactive presentations.
All lawyers, arbitrators, students, sport administrators and any one interested in sport law, both male and female, are invited to attend. There is no participation fee but all are encouraged to become WISLaw members (www.wislaw.co). Students can join for half price.
“Challenges in sport dispute resolution and arbitration”
- Opening address by Dr Despina Mavromati, WISLaw Founding & Board Member, SportLegis & University of Lausanne, Switzerland & Janie Soublière, Sports Lawyer, CAS & SDRCC Arbitrator, WISLaw Co-Founding Member.
- Catherine Pitre. Head of Case Management at Sport Resolutions (UK).
- Janie Soublière, Sports lawyer, CAS & SDRCC Arbitrator, Co-Founding Member WISLaw
“Challenges in International Doping Arbitration from a dual perspective”
- Marie Clause Asselin, CEO Sport Dispute Resolution Center of Canada (SDRCC)
“Obstacles that can hinder the operation of a proficient sport dispute resolution program”
- Julie Duranceau, Mediator and conflict prevention and resolution consultant (SDRCC)
“Challenges of mediating sports-related disputes.”
- Tharinda Puth & Marissa Sunio, Managers of Legal Affairs at WADA.
“WADA: Managing Cases and Compliance”
• Louise R, Guerrette, Lawyer, Commercial & Corporate Law, Athlete representative at the SDRCC.
“The principle of deference in Canadian sport arbitration”
• Special Guest Speaker: Professor Richard McLaren. Lawyer, Arbitrator
"Corruption Cases in Sport Arbitration - 1st Instance proceedings"
• Dr. Despina Mavromati, SportLegis & University of Lausanne. WISLaw Founding & Board Member
“Corruption Cases & CAS - Jurisdiction, Scope and Limits"
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