Following the success of the inaugural programme, FIFA has today launched the second edition of its Executive Programme in Sports Arbitration.
Information about applications, which are open from October 15 to December 15, 2021, can be found at legal.fifa.com.
FIFA has a long standing and extensive practice before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), being the international federation with the most experience of dealing with such procedures. FIFA has been involved in thousands of cases before CAS covering the whole spectrum of legal disputes (disciplinary, anti-doping, contractual, etc.).
The FIFA Executive Programme in Sports Arbitration offers a practical, personalised learning method, backed up by the theory and research that focuses primarily on proceedings and practical aspects before CAS as well as exploring arbitration in other sports bodies.
The programme will run from February to April 2022 and will combine online and on-site sessions, with the opening module at the FIFA offices in Paris and the closing module at the FIFA HQ in Zurich. You can find further details about the 2022 edition of the FIFA Executive Programme in Sports Arbitration at legal.fifa.com or in the official brochure .