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Selected Publications


Books/Chapters in books


  • “How a System of Judicial Precedent May Help the Rights of Athletes Before The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS),” The Routledge Handbook the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Routledge, 2020.

  • “The Influence of Common Law Traditions on the Practice and Procedure Before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS),” Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration 2015, Duval and Rigozzi, TMC Asser Press, 2016, 17-38.

  • “Drugs, Health and Sporting Values”, in “Drugs and Doping in Sport: Socio-Legal Perspectives”, with Edward Grayson, Cavendish Publishing, December 2000.

  • “Sports Law and the system of sporting activity in Greece” in Professional Sport in the EU: Regulation and Re-regulation,” Asser Institute, December 2000.

Refereed articles

  • "Clean athlete status’ cannot be certified: Calling for caution, evidence and transparency in ‘alternative’ anti-doping systems", International Journal of Drug Policy, 26 November 2020.

  • “Football Intermediaries and self-regulation: the need for greater transparency through disciplinary law, sanctioning and qualifying criteria.” 28 August 2019, International Sports Law Journal, pp 1-17.

  • “The Curious Case of Ben Stokes: Challenging The Boundaries of Self-Regulation”, October 2018, International Sports Law Review.

  • “Cycling’s Legal Minefield”, Pro-Cycling, March 2018, p.32

  • “The Criminalisation of Doping in Sport: The Case for the Prosecution”, World Sport Advocate, July 2017, 12-14.

  • “The Consequences of Brexit for British Football”, Solicitors Journal, 161/17, May 2017, 32-33.

  • “The Time for Self-Regulation in Sport Has Passed”, Solicitors Journal, 160/39, October 2016, 32-33.

  • “Criminalisation of Doping in Sport,” Solicitors Journal, May 2016.

  • “The Unreliable Self-Regulation of Sport”, Solicitors Journal, 159/38, October 2015, 30-33.

  • “The Impact of the Suspected Doping Involving IAAF Athletes”, World Sports Law Report, August 2015, 3-4.

  • “The Concept of ‘No Significant Fault’ in Anti-Doping Litigation”, World Sports Law Report, June 2015, 6-8.

  • “Contaminated Supplements in Sport”, Solicitors Journal, 159/19, May 2015, 29-31.

  • “Dillian Whyte Appeal: Article 15 & Supplement Use”, World Sports Law Report, September 2013, 8-9.

  • “BOA v WADA: harmonisation v self-regulation”, Denning Law Journal 24 (2012), 169-176. Refereed Journal

  • “Jurisdiction: Lance Armstrong Case and Self-Regulation”, World Sports Law Report 9.12 (September 2012), 2-4. 

  • “Analysis of UEFA’s rules on illicit chanting”, World Sports Law Report 10.2 (February 2012), 2-5. 

  • “Freedom of expression and public criticism of sporting officials”, World Sports Law Report 9.4 (April 2011)

  • “The Application of Criminal Law on Doping Infractions and the ‘Whereabouts Information’ Rule: State Regulation v Self Regulation”, The International Sports Law Journal, 2010/Vol. 2, July 2010, pp 14 – 25. 

  • “The Caster Semenya Case: gender verification in sport”, World Sports Law Report, October 2009, Volume 7, Issue 10, pp 2-4. 

  • “Greek FA accepts nationality restrictions violate EU law”, World Sports Law Report, August 2009, Volume 7, Issue 8, pp 6-7. 

  • “Regulations 5.3 & 5.4 of the FIFA Regulations On the Status and Transfer of Players: A Case Study Before the Court of Arbitration for Sport”, The International Sports Law Journal, 2009/1-2, pp. 19-32. 

  • “Doping in sport, the rules on “missed tests”, “non-analytical finding” cases and the legal implications”, The International Sports Law Journal, 2007/3-4, pp. 19-27. 

  • “WADA code draft revision: questions remain”, World Sports Law Report, January 2007, pp 14-15.

  • “Legal Regulation of Doping in Sport and the Application of Criminal Law on Doping Infractions: Can A Coercive Response be Justified?” International Sports Law Review, 1 (May), 2006, 29-39, London, Sweet & Maxwell. 

  • “Insolvency and Football: Sports Law’s Latest Signings”, Obiter, February 2004.

  • “Legal Regulation of Doping in Sport: The Case for the Prosecution”, Obiter, November 2003.

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