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    Call for Papers | Through Challenges and Disruptions: Evolution of the Lex Olympica, International Workshop | Inland Norway University, Lillehammer, September 20, 2024. Call ends June 15, 2024

    The lex olympica are legal rules the International Olympic Committee created to govern the Olympic Movement. Since the revival of the Olympic Games in 1896, the lex olympica, with the Olympic Charter taking its central place, has undergone tremendous changes. It has increased not only in volume but also in complexity and reach. While some changes were designed to give further detail to the Olympic values, others seem to serve as responses to numerous disruptions and challenges that the Olympic Games experienced on their way.

    Sports Law, Policy & Diplomacy Journal, Volume 1, 2023, Number 2 (Open Access)

    Sports Law, Policy & Diplomacy Journal is dedicated to publishing articles that contribute to theoretical, methodological, and empirical knowledge in the complex field of law, public policy, and diplomacy in the sports system, as well as in other areas of social science focused on sports. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Awareness of the African Continental Free Trade Area Socio-Economic Benefits as Drivers of Sport Industry Stakeholders′ Expectations in Zimbabwe by Webster Tinashe Chakawata, Franz Ufuomanefe Atare, Bukola O. Ochei (open access).

    Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum, Volume 14, 2023

    SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport studies journal, welcomes articles that deal with sport and social change and social stability in a wide sense, articles about the profound and comprehensive processes affecting sport. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Motives, Motivation, and Motivational Climate of Young Norwegian Swimmers, and their Parents’ Belief by Ingeborg Ljødal, Bjørn Harald Olstad & Anne Marte Pensgaard (open access).

    Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum, Volume 13, 2022

    SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport studies journal, welcomes articles that deal with sport and social change and social stability in a wide sense, articles about the profound and comprehensive processes affecting sport. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Reflections from CrossFitters on the themes of body and community by Arild Boge, Ove Olsen Sæle & Hilde Stokvold Gundersen (open access).

    Call for Papers | From Walrave to the Super League: fifty years of jurisprudential activity in sport by the Court of Justice of the European Union | Universite Libre...

    Fifty years ago, in 1974, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU} started its jurisprudential activity in the field of sport when it stated that sport, as an economic activity, falls under the scope of EU law. The recent ruling in the case of the Superleague means a new step in consolidating a real sports doctrine by the Court. Considering media noise around the ruling and its political connotation,it is a good opportunity to reflect on the interdependence of media and sport: Can professional sports keep their own identity, or is it going to become a mere sub-category of audiovisual products?

    Call for Papers | 24th Annual International Conference on Sports: Economic, Management, Marketing & Social Aspects | May 13–16, 2024, Athens, Greece. Call ends January 23, 2024

    The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of sports. Participants can present on sports topics within broad streams of research areas. Consistent with the theme of ATINER’s small academic events, all programs may include a few sessions on current topics in education and research. Please note that all our conferences are non-thematic as explained in our policy. However, academic members and friends can take the lead to organize and chair a stream as part of this conference.

    The International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 23, 2023, Issue 1

    The ISLJ is the only truly “international” peer-reviewed sports law journal consistently offering broad content coverage, such as significant case law analysis, legal commentary and sports related information from sports law experts around the world. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Quotas, disclosure, and a rule called Rooney: diversity and the NFL as a corporation by Rebecca Amoah.

    Call for Papers | “Global Sports”, Special Session at the 17th Annual International Conference on Global Studies | December 18–21 2023, Athens, Greece. Call ends September 12, 2023

    ATINER organizes a Special Session on “Global Sports”, 18-21 December 2023, in Athens, Greece as part of the 17th Annual International Conference on Global Studies. The session will be organized in collaboration with the Pan-Hellenic Association of Sport Economists & Managers (PASEM). The aim of the session is to bring together academics and researchers form all areas of sport studies. Participants can present on sports topics within broad streams of research areas.

    Call for Papers | International Sports Law Journal Conference | The Hague, The Netherlands, October 26–27, 2023. Call ends July 1, 2023

    The ISLJ is the leading academic publication in the field of international sports law and the conference is a unique occasion to discuss the main legal issues affecting international sports and its governance with renowned academic experts. We welcome abstracts from academics and practitioners on all issues related to international sports law and governance. We also welcome panel proposals (including a minimum of three presenters) on specific issues of interest to the Journal and its readers.

    Call for Participants | Socio-Legal Approaches to Protecting Athletes from Financial and Physical Harm: Challenges, Reflections and Solution | Manchester Law School, June 9, 2023

    Supported by the Socio-Legal Studies Association, the Institute of Sport, and the Future Economies Research Centre, the Manchester Law School is pleased to host this one-day conference discussing key issues in sport, including gender equity, concussion protocols, and financial regulation. Speakers include Dan Plumley, Alex Culvin, Eleanor Drywood, Nicolas Scelles, David McArdle and James Brown. Attendance is free.
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