The GNLU Centre for Sports & Entertainment Law (GCSEL) is excited to announce its first virtual event of 2021: A three day lecture series on “Rethinking Sports Governance and Autonomy in the Post- COVID World” on 18th, 19th & 20th January 2021.
The Gujarat National Law University Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law (GCSEL), is one of the first and the only centre throughout India that is working in the area of Research and Development of this branch of applied law. The centre has been expanding and developing ever since its inception in the year 2010, by working and getting associated with renowned and well known personalities of the field and has been working with dedication, towards development and generating awareness of these still born fields of law in India. The centre is presently working under 2 separate wings, one dealing with the Sports law, while the other with the Entertainment laws.
About the Event
These Lectures are expected to inspire a larger international dialogue with luminaries including Mr. Vidushpat Singhania (Managing Partner, Krida Legal), Mr. Dev Kumar Parmar (Principal Director, PARMARS) and Prof. Richard H. McLaren (O.C., D.D., Western University, Canada and CEO, McLaren Global Sport Solutions Inc.) joining us as speakers.
Through this series of lectures, the Centre hopes that interested stakeholders can not only learn from but also take part in such transformative discussions, especially because of its relevance at this juncture.
How to Register
Register through the link given at the end of this post.
Please note that the Cisco Webex link for the lecture series shall only be sent to registered participants in due course.
For any queries, please contact:
Assistant Professor (Research), GNLU
E-mail ID: tsingh[at]gnlu.ac.in
Contact Number: +91-8128650863
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