Mon, January 31, 2022

Sport Resolutions is seeking Arabic speaking members for its Pro Bono Legal Advice & Representation Service

Sport Resolutions is seeking Arabic speaking members for its Pro Bono Legal Advice & Representation Service

Sport Resolutions Pro Bono Legal Advice and Representation Service provides a list of experienced sport lawyers who may be willing to assist individuals of limited financial means before Sport Resolutions panels and other International Federation (IF) or National Governing Body (NGB) tribunals administered by Sport Resolutions. 

Due to our continued success and growth both at national and international level we would like to add Arabic speaking legal professionals to our Pro Bono Panel.

We are looking for candidates who have experience in sports law, and are fluent in Arabic. Although it is not essential, fluency in French would also be greatly valued.

Originating and operating as a legacy of the London 2012 Games, Sport Resolutions’ Pro Bono Legal Advice Panel ensures that all athletes and individuals involved in proceedings administered by Sport Resolutions can choose to avail themselves of legal advice and representation, provided on a pro bono basis.

The Terms of Reference can be accessed here (pour la version française, cliquez ici

If you are interested in joining our Pro Bono Panel, please complete the Pro Bono List Declaration Form here and return it with a copy of your CV to panels@sportresolutions.com

If you would like further information, please call the Sport Resolutions Secretariat on +44 (0)20 7036 1966, or email panels@sportresolutions.com


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