We welcome contributions on the legal aspects of
sports. In principle, all contributions should be original, i.e. they should
not have been published elsewhere prior to submission. Most of our published
blogs are on one of the following topics:
European competition law and sports
EU internal market law and sports
Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms
in international sports (e.g. CAS, FIFA DRC Proceedings)
Anti-doping rules and proceedings (WADA, WADC etc.)
Labour law in sports
Of course, this list is not exhaustive. The
editors will consider contributions on other international sports law-related
All blog submissions are to be between 1500 and 3000
words. Blog submissions that are longer than 3000 words can be divided in two
or more separate blogs, subject to the editors’ approval.
All blog submissions are to be written in English. We advise all non-native English contributors to have their
contributions proofread by an English native speaker prior to submission.
References to book, book chapters or academic articles should be made using footnotes.
References to legislation, rulings, reports, press articles or blogs available online should
be made preferably in the text using hyperlinks.
Authors may include images in their submission. Please
note that all images have to be properly attributed with a link to the original
author/website. The author of the contribution bears the responsibility of any copyright infringement. All images are to
be attached separately in JPEG format.
All contributions will be reviewed by one or more
editors of the Asser International Sports Law Blog. The editors retain the
right to reject submissions.
How to submit
All submissions to the Asser International Sports Law
Blog should be made electronically, in MS Word (no PDF’s), e-mailed as an
attachment to Antoine Duval (email@example.com) and Oskar van Maren (firstname.lastname@example.org). A brief author’s biography
of no more than five sentences is also required.
If you have any further questions on the contribution
requirements, please contact Antoine Duval (email@example.com) or Oskar van Maren (firstname.lastname@example.org).