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Established in 2005 by the Centre for Commercial Law, the Sports Law eJournal (Bond) is an electronic journal on sports law. The eJournal has an international and comparative law focus and contributors will discuss and analyse all aspects of sports law and regulation.
The eJournal is published online as each article or note is refereed, accepted for publication, edited and becomes available on the web. From time to time, selected collections of contributions will also be published as monographs.
The eJournal will be of interest to sports lawyers and administrators, sports managers and leaders, sports participants and sports law and management students. Articles are written by leading researchers, practitioners and students in all aspects of sports law.
Doping in Sport - Should it be a Crime?, Tomas Fitzgerald
Olympism and the Olympic Charter – The Potential for Women, Simone Pearce
Securing Health and Safety at Major Sporting Events, Eric Windholz
Constitutional Dimensions of Sport in Greece, Konstantinos Margaritis
Vale, Saul Fridman, Jim Corkery
Is there a 'Right' to sport?, Danielle Ireland-Piper and Kim Weinert
Development through sport: Fans and critics, Danielle Ireland-Piper
Australian sport and the Commonwealth constitution, Chris Davies
Contador, cows and strict liability, Saul Fridman
Concussion policies of the National Football League: Revisiting the 'Sport Administrator's Charter' and the role of the Australian Football League and National Rugby League in concussion management, Annette Greenhow