Law and the Olympics
It refers to a number of resources, including:
- the January 2010 issue of Law Now which is entitled "The Law and the Olympics"
- the Olympic Protester’s Legal Guide (not that I'm advocating anything for or against the upcoming Vancouver winter sportapalooza)
- information from the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association
- International Sports Law Guide (February 17, 2006): "Written by a librarian at Georgetown University, this new International Sports Law guide published on the GlobaLex website looks at key institutions governing international sports and provides information and links to federations governing individual sports at an international level, bodies associated with the Olympic Games and the Court of Arbitration for Sport."
- Update on Olympic Games Trade-marks Bill (June 5, 2007): "The bill gives the Vancouver Organizing Committee of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games (the Organizing Committee) considerable powers to prevent the use of Olympic marks by businesses or individuals seeking to profit from an unauthorized association with the 2010 Games."
- New Internet Research Guide for Olympic Studies (April 2, 2008): "Intute, a British university consortium that offers free online service access to evaluated web resources for education and research, has just published a new subject booklet entitled 'Internet resources for Olympic studies'. The booklet describes resources relating to associations, the history of the Olympic Games, past and future Games, athletes, sports research, event management, and legal issues (arbitration of sports disputes, disability sports, gender equity and doping)."
- Australian Parliamentary Library Research Paper on Olympic Games (June 4, 2008): "Among the political and social issues that are addressed are: amateurism, commercialism, doping, gender, race and political conflict."