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The Sports Law Review will be a ‘year in review’: a practical, business-focused analysis of recent changes and developments, their effects, and a look forward at expected trends. The Sports Law Review covers a wide variety of topics including the organisation of sports clubs and sports governing bodies; dispute resolution systems; organisation of sports events and the commercialisation of them; professional sports and labour law; sports and antitrust law, taxation in sport and sport specific issues such as doping, betting and manipulation. The readership will consist predominantly of in-house counsel and corporate clients, with a sizeable minority of private practitioners.