As part of our growing sports law practice, we are pleased to confirm that Workplace Law is now a member of the National Sports Tribunal Legal Assistance Panel.
As part of our growing sports law practice, we are pleased to confirm that Workplace Law is now a member of the National Sports Tribunal Legal Assistance Panel. Our firm is delighted to provide expert support, legal advice and representation to sporting bodies and individuals in relation to disputes before theNational Sports Tribunal (NST).
The NST offers a range of dispute resolution options to help national level sporting bodies and their participants resolve disputes efficiently and affordably. There are 3 divisions of the NST:
Anti-Doping Division – deals with breaches of the anti-doping rules of a sport.
General Division – deals with other disputes under the rules of a sport (including, for example, disputes that might arise under a sport's Member Protection Policy).
Appeals Division – deals with appeals from the Anti-Doping or General Divisions, as well as appeals from decisions made by ‘in-house’ sport tribunals.
The NST is managed by the Chief Executive Officer, Mr John Boultbee AM and is supported by a Registry within the Australian Government Department of Health.
In celebration of Workplace Law’s 17th Birthday, we are excited to announce the launch of our new website. We would love for you to take a moment to explore the new design, which showcases who we are, our values, our female champions program, and our legal knowledge and expertise.
Workplace Law is pleased to announce a new addition to our Female Champions program, in Emily Jones. Emily is a super talented Esports athlete and will be driving for Workplace Law Racing in the upcoming 2019 Gfinity and V8 Supercars Eseries.