2021/2022 ANZSLA Sports Law Scholarship Recipients
As part of its commitment to legal education, ANZSLA established an annual scholarship programme to support an individual who wishes to engage in legal research in the area of Sports Law. Applications for the scholarship programme closed on 31 August and ANZSLA received an overwhelming response from members, with many outstanding applications submitted.
The Selection Committee has made its decision and ANZSLA is delighted to announce that Chui Ling Goh and Alison Quigley are this year's recipients of the ANZSLA Sports Law Scholarship award.
Chui Ling Goh, Doctoral researcher and PhD candidate with the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School
Course of study: In partnership with FIFA, the Certificate of Advanced Studies in International Sports Law is a specialisation course at the University of Zürich which delves into the study of the legal and business aspects of international sports. Helmed by Court of Arbitration for Sport Arbitrator, Prof. Dr Ulrich Haas, the Course organises the study of international sports in two main modules, viz, Organisation and Good Governance, and Dispute Resolution – General and Specific Areas.
Alison Quigley, Doctoral candidate, Queensland University of Technology
Doctoral Thesis extract: 'Are We Safer Now?’ applies public health and regulatory theory to child safe policies in gymnastics to analyse if we are making our sport safer for the next generation. The author tracks the progress of gymnastics policies through the decades, with particular focus on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse. She brings to this thesis the insights of being a child athlete in high-performance gymnastics, knowledge of the socio-cultural pressures that surround policy application, and the experience of being a survivor rallying for positive organisational change to sport.