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CAHIERS DE DROIT DU SPORT ISSUE 31-32/2013
DESPORTO&DIREITO. REVISTA JURÍDICA DO DESPORTO: 28/2013
DESPORTO&DIREITO (special edition)
E-LEX SPORTIVA JOURNAL, Vol. I: 1/2013
ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS LAW JOURNAL, VOL. 11
EUROPEAN SPORTS LAW AND POLICY BULLETIN : 1/2013
GIUSTIZIA SPORTIVA : 1/2013
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS LAW REVIEW PANDEKTIS vol.10, issue 1-2
JAPAN SPORTS LAW ASSOCIATION YEARLY REVIEW: No. 19, 2012
MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW, Volume 23, Issue 2 (2013) Spring
REVISTA ARANZADI DE DERECHO DEL DEPORTE Y EL ENTRETENIMIENTO 37/2012
REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE DIREITO DESPORTIVO 23
REVISTA DE DERECHO DEL DEPORTE 5/2013
RIVISTA DI DIRITTO ED ECONOMIA DELLO SPORT: 2/2013
(Sport and supporters' behavior - Sport and social networks - EU and TV rights)
RIVISTA DI DIRITTO SPORTIVO: 1/2013
(Building and Managing Sports Facilities - Labour Arbitration In Italian Football - Disciplinary Sanctions in Italian Courts - Competition Law and TV rights)
SPORT&EU REVIEW: vol. 5, issue 2, November 2013
THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SPORTS LAW JOURNAL 2012: Vol 7 No.1
(Promoting 'match quality' in New Zealand rugby: Authorisation of salary caps and player transfer restrictions under the Commerce Act 1986 (NZ) –
Bringing the 'strangers' within the rules of racing –
The use of multiple restraints of trade in sport and the question of reasonableness –
Regulating the private conduct of employees –
Field of play decisions and fairness: lessons from Sirengate)
THE INTERNATIONAL SPORTS LAW JOURNAL 2012, No. 3-4
TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR SPORT & RECHT n. 2/2013
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1. Provide updated information in the field of Sports Law and Policy;
The International Platform of Sports Law Journals shall:
2. Promote closer relations among editors and authors of national and international sports law journals;
3. Promote an international understanding of new sports law and policy issues;
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a) issue a newsletter with the content of the Journals in order to keep readers more informed beyond their national borders;
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c) help in the organization of events (seminars, workshops, and conferences) in order to deal with sports law and policy issues at international and comparative level.
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