The Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal is the only double blind peer reviewed publication of it's type in the Australasian region and is available free of charge to ANZSLA members in hard copy and electronic format. Non-members can purchase a copy from the ANZSLA Store using a credit card. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to pay by cheque or direct deposit.
Article submissions are invited from members and non-ANZSLA members by 28 February of each year. Articles will be double-blind peer reviewed (refereed by two suitable persons, determined by the Editor, in consultation with the ANZSLA Journal Editorial Committee). Author guidelines and an article submission form are available to download from this page.
The 2014 Volume 9 No.1 edition of the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal is available from its dedicated members' only webpage (or by purchase via the online ANZSLA Store), and includes articles on:
The Commentator is an electronic publication forwarded to ANZSLA members four times each year. It contains a case and legislation digest, as well as articles on topical and sometimes controversial issues confronting lawyers and administrators in the sports industry. The Commentator is available free to ANZSLA members and can be purchased by non-members via Informit.
The Commentator editions are published on: 1 March (contribution deadline 21 February); 30 June (contribution deadline 23 June); 31 October (contribution deadline 24 October); and the final edition will be published on 15 December (contribution deadline 8 December).
Author guidelines and an article submission form are available to download from this page.
The latest Volume (No 97) of The Commentator is available to members via The Commentator dedicated page. Here is a summary from the Editor:
In the first article for this edition, Nicole Pearce, a Law Student at University of Technology Sydney discusses whether the general disparity in sport between the remuneration of the pay of men and women is discrimination and actionable.
In the second article, Zane Fookes, a law student at Victoria University of Wellington discusses the Crimes (Match-Fixing) Amendment Act 2014 NZ and interestingly, posits a an alternative draft legislation
Following on from the two previous articles, Laura Douglas, a Senior Associate at Justitia lawyers and consultants, Melbourne posits why women’s sport may be more susceptible to corruption and match fixing.
In the fourth article, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell, a Student at the University of Canterbury examines the current rights of celebrities to protect their images and speculates on the possible enactment of statutory protection.
The final article, by Zachary Thompson, a Juris Doctor III student, Sydney Law School and Australian Olympic Committee Brand Protection Paralegal (on secondment from Allens) looks at the current law on brand protection and ambush marketing.
In her President’s column, Venetia Stewart talks about the very successful Annual Conference held in Wellington in October.
This edition includes a profile of ANZSLA member Rowena Morgan and a book review.
In my editorial I detail a couple of amusing incidents at basketball Tribunals to end the year on a lighter note.
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| Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal Author Guidelines and Article Submission Form |
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| Commentator Author Guidelines and Article Submission Form |
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