NUALS | New Dimensions of Sports Law and Physical Education in the Globalized Era

The Centre for Sports Law (CSL), NUALS through the two-day National Seminar on “The New Dimensions of Sports Law and Physical Education in the Globalized Era” proposes to provide a platform for the legal luminaries, student pool and researchers to raise and discuss the legal, ethical and other interdisciplinary aspects of Sports and Physical education and to suggest plausible remedies in order to overcome the challenges. We, cordially invite your esteemed presence and participation to the two-day National Seminar to consider some of the critical issues relating to the Sports and Physical Education. The Seminar is to be held on 21st and 22nd of October 2019.
The organisers invite presentations and papers on the following themes:
1. Regulating Sports in the 21st Century: Sports Rights, Sports Governance & Governing Bodies, Sports and Media Rights, Human Rights Aspects in Sports, Sports Sciences and Sports Medicine, Integrity in Sports, Women & Sports, Sports Insurance.
2. Importance of Sports and Physical Education in The Contemporary World: Sports for Peace and Development, Psychology and Sociology in Physical Education, Sports Medicine, Health Education, Quality Physical Education, Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, Sports Coaching and Engineering, Sports Biomechanics, Yoga & Sports, Technology and Sports, Value Education Through Sports, Traditional Sports & Games
3. Sports and Competition Law: Fundamentals of Commercialization of Sports, Sports Contracts, Branding and Image Rights of Sportsman, Competition Policies and International Obligations, Anti-Trust Laws, Anti-Doping Practices & Remedies and Sports Marketing
4. Sports and IPR: Patenting Rights, Broadcaster’s Rights, Data Protection, Designs and Trademarks in Sports.
For more details, refer SPORTS LAW SEMINAR BROCHURE

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