- ABOUT THE ORGANIZER
NATIONAL ANTI-DOPING AGENCY, MINISTRY OF YOUTH & SPORTS AFFAIRS
The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) is the national organization responsible for promoting, coordinating, and monitoring the doping control program in sports in all its forms in India. It is an organization. National Anti-Doping Agency is mandated for Dope free sports in India. The primary objectives are to implement anti-doping rules as per the WADA code, regulate dope control programs, promote education and research, and creating awareness about doping and its ill effects. The National Anti-Doping Agency functions under the overall guidance of Ministry of State (Independent Charge) for Youth & Sports Affairs.
SCHOOL OF LAW, H.N.B. GARHWAL UNIVERSITY
Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University (HNBGU) was established as State University in 1973. HNBGU has a rare distinction of taking birth through a powerful popular movement during the early seventies in the last century. In 2009 HNBGU was elevated to a Central University by the Central Universities Act 2009. The University strives to guide its students, faculty, and all other stakeholders to achieve the students’ academic excellence and holistic development.
In 1975, with the aim of imparting legal education and disseminating legal awareness among the masses, the University established a School of Law. The School of Law offers LLB courses in two centers (i) Tehri Campus and (ii) Pauri Campus. Presently, the School of law offers a Six-semester, Three-Year Full-Time program leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Laws approved by the Bar Council of India. Presently, both centers offer research-oriented LLM and Ph.D. courses to the students.
SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES, REVA UNIVERSITY
REVA University Established under the REVA University Act of 2012, REVA is located in the heart of Bengaluru, Karnataka. REVA is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in various categories because of the diverse community of international students and its teaching excellence in both theoretical and technical education in the fields of Engineering, Management, Law, Science, Commerce, Arts, Performing Arts, and Research Studies. School of Legal Studies was established in 2015 with our first batch of students of B.B.A., LL.B. The school started the B.A., LL.B. in the subsequent academic years and since then has increased the intake of students year after year. The school also has two branches of LL.M (Masters of Laws) in Corporate & Business Law and Criminal Law. With the firm belief in imparting quality legal education, the School of Legal Studies has been making giant leaps in achieving that goal.
- ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The development of sports as a tool of entertainment for human beings has a very long history. However, in the contemporary era, apart from being a popular entrainment activity, it has the significance of various kinds. Some are quite relevant for education, health – physical and mental. It is supposed to become a tool of integration and tolerance. It is open to all, regardless of age, language, religion, culture, and provides the opportunity to play by commonly agreed on rules with fairness in success and failure. The United Nations has also recognized it as a means to promote education, health, development, and peace. In the contemporary era, such entrainment activity has been coupled with huge commercial value. Such commercial value has brought various unethical, illegal, and unfair practices including from the spectators. Competitive sports lead to categorization, ranking, and distinguishing people based on physical attributes eventually creating a stigma. To understand the commercial value, international sporting events account for more than 3% of the world trade. In the EU, it accounts for 3.7% of the combined GNP of 27-member states of Europe. In India, sports-related activities contribute approximately 12% to the annual GDP growth. The commerciality of sports has increased the complications of wide and variant issues. To regulate these issues, Sports Law as a new sphere emerged internationally and domestically. The entire ecosystem encompasses regulations relating to anti-discrimination, anti-doping, sports federations, taxations, medical protocols, and dispute settlement.
In India, National Sports Day was celebrated for the first time on 29th August 2012. Since then, National Sports Day is celebrated every year to celebrate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand who secured three Olympic golds – 1928, 1932, and 1936. The “Wizard” (as popularly called) scored over 400 goals in his 22 years long career spanning from 1926 to 1948. In this continuation, Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University (HNBGU- Central University) and REVA University in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is organizing an international conference on sports law. The primary objective of the conference is to underline the vital role of the Sport’s Governing Bodies (SGBs) such as IOC, WADA, CAS, and NADOs in providing a level playing field to the participants. It aims to disseminate awareness about the dispute settlement mechanism in sports. It will provide a forum to the professionals, academicians, and students to deliberate on the contemporary issues of sports law and its interface with other areas as contract law, labor law, IPR, etc. The organizers are planning to publish an edited book on sports law and which will be published by a reputed international publisher.
- Role of CAS, WADA, and NADO in ensuring a doping-free sport.
- Key principles of the anti-doping regulations.
- Future of Gambling in Professional Sports.
- Unregulated Sports Betting and Lottery Operators Perspective.
- Sport’s Governing Bodies in the Fight Against Match-fixing.
- International trends to curb sporting frauds: Regulatory Structure, Criminal Law and Courts.
- Global Impact of Counterfeiting Sporting Goods and Sports Wear.
- Sports and IPR.
- Sports Trademarks, Special Protection of Olympic Properties, and Ambush Marketing.
- Media Rights and the Exclusivity of Sports Broadcasts.
- Strategic communications of sport-related issues.
- Sports & Competition Law.
- Sports as freedom of speech and expression.
- Personality Rights and Sports Law.
- Gender Discrimination in Sports.
- Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination in Sports.
- Gender Identity & Sports.
- Sports & Violence.
- Impact of Sports on Society & Culture.
- Dispute Settlement in Sports.
- Courts vis-à-vis Sports Governing Bodies.
- Standard of evidence in Sports Law.
- Regulatory Bodies in Sports and Challenges.
- International Governance of Individual Sports.
- Drugs, Ethics & Medico-legal issues in sports.
- Legal consequences of accidents in sports and pension schemes.
- Economic and Legal Aspects of Transfers of Players.
- Contemporary Challenges of Student-Athletes & the Legislative Vacuum.
- Standardized Economic Value in Sports.
- Employment Law and Sports.
- International Employment Contracts in Sports.
- SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The word limit for the abstract is 300-500 words in Times New Roman, 12 font size, 1.5 spacing. The abstract must be accompanied with biographical details of the author(s) in .doc/.docx format only.
The biographical details must include:
Title of the paper.
Name of the author(s)
Contact number and email address.
- FORMATING GUIDELINES
- The body of the submission must be an original work in Times New Roman, 12 Font Size, and 1.5 spacing.
- The footnotes must be in Times New Roman, 10 font size, and single spacing.
- The margin of 1 inch on all sides must be maintained throughout the paper.
- The Harvard Bluebook 20th edition style of citation must be strictly followed.
- All submissions should be sent in .doc/.docx format only.
- Any non-compliance with the prescribed guidelines would lead to prima facie rejection.
- Co-authorship of up to two authors is allowed.
- No part of the paper should have been published earlier nor should it be under consideration for publication.
- Selected papers will be published in a book which will be published by a reputed international publisher.
- All accepted abstracts will be published as a conference proceeding with DOI No.
- HOW TO SUBMIT
All the submissions should be sent through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and registered through the link given at the end of this post.
7.PAYMENT DETAILS FOR REGISTRATIONS
Account Name: REVA UNIVERSITY
Bank Name: THE KARNATAKA BANK LTD
Account Number: 6662000100000901
Branch: REVA University Branch, Bengaluru IFSC: KARB0000666
The abstract must be submitted on or before 15th August 2021.
- The selection of abstracts would be intimated before 16th August 2021.
- The full paper should be 2500-5000 words (exclusive of footnotes) and needs to be submitted on or before 27th August 2021.
- Only the authors submitting full papers would be allowed to make presentations during the seminar proceedings. The registration for the seminar shall be done after the selection of the abstract only. The registration window shall open from 5th August 2021 till 26th August 2021, 11:59 P. M.
- CONTACT INFORMATION
General inquiry: Mr. Ayush Agarwal (+91 99450 35511)
Publication inquiry: Ms. Sakshi (+91 78958 92920)
- OFFICIAL LINK: