The Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal 2017-2018 Vol 12 No.1 has been published today, both in hard and electronic format. ANZSLA members that opted to receive hard copies will receive them in the mail shortly and the electronic copy is now available on the ANZSLA website.
The 2020 Paul Trisley sports law writing competition is now OPEN!
The Paul Trisley Award is made to a person who has never presented at an ANZSLA event or been previously published in the ANZSLA Journal, who, in the opinion of the judges, produces the best paper. The competition is open to ANZSLA members and non-members. Full details, including the Award prize, eligibility criteria and how to enter, are available from the ANZSLA website. The deadline for entries is Sunday, 6 September 2020.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the world impacting many aspects of our personal and professional lives, the Board of ANZSLA has made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone this year's special 30th Anniversary Annual Conference until October 2021, as we move ANZSLA's events online for the foreseeable future.
ANZSLA is now delighted to announce that the 2021 ANZSLA Conference will take place from 20-22 October 2021 in Queenstown, New Zealand.