First published on 25th July, 2016.
The Sports Committee, NLSIU in association with the Sports Law and Policy Centre, Bangalore is happy to announce the results of the Spiritus Sports Law and Policy Essay Competition 2016.
Rajat Dutta and Anuj Bansal, Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.
Gibran Naushad, National Law University, Delhi.
Akash Srinivasan and Agnish Aditya, National Law University, Odisha.
Eshwar. R, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.
Since three submissions have tied for the second position, no third prize is being offered. In case of any clarifications, feel free to contact us.
Congratulations to the Winners!
The Sports Committee, NLSIU in association with the Sports Law and Policy Centre, Bangalore is organising the 3rd Spiritus Sports Law and Policy Essay Competition.
Last Date for Submissions: 23rd August, 2016 (11.59 pm).
Authors of the winning entries will receive cash prizes and the opportunity to intern at the Sports Law and Policy Centre.
1st – Rs. 7500
2nd – Rs. 5000
3rd – Rs. 2500
Word limit: 3500-4500 words (inclusive of footnotes)
Citation Style: OSCOLA (4th edn., 2012)
Maximum 2 co-authors are permitted.
1. Rule 40 of the Olympic Charter – Is it a necessity to preserve the unique nature of the Olympics or an unduly restrictive and unfair restraint?
2. Should certain sporting disciplines do away with separate events for men and women?
3. The Lodha Committee Recommendations: Timely intervention or a case of unnecessary judicial activism?
All law students are eligible.
Please send all entries to email@example.com
For any further queries, please contact Sregurupriya at firstname.lastname@example.org or +919620242826.
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