Dates: April 2022
Location: Surrey, United Kingdom
The Steering Committee welcomes up to 48 preeminent private practice sports lawyers who represent the interests of athletes, teams, leagues, associations, governing bodies, sponsors and broadcasters to explore common concerns, exchange ideas and resolve challenges faced on behalf of these clients.
Using candid, seminar-style discussion, the group identifies trends and developments in their varied jurisdictions for meaningful dialogue on the most interesting and provocative issues of the day.
This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
A lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1985. She has created and runs the Cabinet MOYERSOEN Avocats since 1988.
Holder of a DEA in International Private Law from the Faculty of Law Paris VIII, she quickly specialized in the areas of law copyright, entertainment law and sports law.
Emma is Senior Forum Director and Financial Services Lead at Cambridge Executive Connections (CEC), a subsidiary of Cambridge Forums, Inc. Naturally curious and a lifelong learner, Emma has developed and managed a variety of meetings in both the profit and non-profit sectors. Before joining Cambridge, Emma was Assistant Vice President, Global Marketing at State Street in Canada, where she spent close to two decades of her career, offering her a great depth of knowledge and understanding of the financial and investment sectors. In Emma’s current role, she leads CEC’s Financial Services portfolio, including programs for institutional investors, banking, private funds, risk, and governance professionals.
Built on genuine interactions and spontaneous connections, the Forum is a unique opportunity for timely and practical discussions while creating meaningful connections among preeminent leaders in sports law.
"From my personal experience, this Forum is a must attend as it features a small annual gathering of elite-level private practice sports lawyers representing the interests of athletes, teams, leagues, associations, governing bodies, sponsors and broadcasters from around the world."Jeffrey A. Mishkin Partner, Antitrust and Competition; Sports; Litigation Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP New York, United States
"An unparalleled opportunity to meet and learn from some of the world’s foremost sports lawyers. The Forum has been inspiring, not merely informative. It has given me fresh ideas for the development of my practice. The Forum format allows ideas/opinions to be immediately tested and, sometimes, enhanced by illustrations from the extensive experience of delegates. This is the first conference in 10 years I have attended without being a speaker. I have learned more in 36 hours than I would normally ever do."Sean Jones, QC Barrister 11KBW London, United Kingdom
"Meeting top practitioners is a must and it gave me access to knowledge information and new acquaintances. The format gives the floor to a more practical interaction than the “usual” seminars."Juan de Dios Crespo Perez Head of Sports Law Department Ruiz-Huerta & Crespo Valencia, Spain
The International Forum on Sports Law has been rescheduled to Spring 2022 still at Pennyhill Park Hotel.