Saturday, March 10, 2012

Privacy and Sport on Law in Action

BBC's Law in Action's current series includes two particularly interesting reports, one on Privacy and Copyright,  the other on Sport and the Law . The latter should be especially interesting for students of legal theory because it speaks of the Court for Arbitration for Sport. The presentation of the episode on the Law in Action site asks "How far should sport be special in the eyes of the law? And where should the boundary lie between areas which are decided by traditional courts, sports courts or left up to the sport governing bodies themselves?"
30 min, streaming and downloadable .mp3, no transcript