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Wed, April 24, 2024

Full Conference Agenda announced

Full Conference Agenda announced

We are delighted to announce the full agenda for the Sport Resolutions Annual Conference 2024 in association with Winston & Strawn LLP.

We have again secured a world-class line up of speakers to deliver a day of lively debate, analysis and insight, with moderation led by the TV presenter and reporter Eilidh Barbour.  

The event will take place on Thursday 2nd May 2024 at the five-star Leonardo Royal London Hotel St Paul's. 

The conference will consist of five sessions: three in the morning, followed by a buffet lunch, and two more in the afternoon. Afterward, there will be a networking drinks reception held in the hotel's bar. A separate breakfast networking event in association with Women in Sports Law (WISLaw) will also take place between 8am and 9am. 

This year we will be covering the following topics:

  • Session 1 | Sports' Overlooked Blind Spot: Addressing Abuse Against Match Officials. For more information please click here.
  • Session 2 | Waving the REDs Flag. For more information please click here.
  • Session 3 | International Investigations in Sport: Catching Wrongdoers. For more information please click here.
  • Session 4 | Rise, Fall, and Redemption: The Dwain Chambers Story. For more information please click here.
  • Session 5 | One Day in December: The Future Competitive Landscape in Sport. For more information please click here.

For more information about the conference please visit our event page here. The full programme can also be found here.

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