This title is part of the Elgar Advanced Introductions series.
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Anderson explains how law has become important to all aspects of sport, including participation, administration and the resolution of disputes. Crossing legal jurisdictions and sporting codes, it covers issues ranging from ambush marketing to broadcasting, corruption and doping. Analysing the broad range of actors and stakeholders involved in sport, this concise introduction illustrates how sports law, once the folly of contract law, now engages criminal, competition and international human rights law.