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Our professional team at the Sport Law & Strategy Group offers a full range of legal and strategic services, and we will help you find practical solutions to other organizational challenges you may be facing. We are accessible, affordable and expert, and we bring experience, insight and common sense to every project. While generally we do not provide services to individuals, if you are an athlete, coach or official with an issue or a problem, contact us and we will find someone who can help you.

For more information on our services, click on any of the following:

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Recent Posts

Tales from the Ivory Tower Six Months In

By Rachel Corbett Many readers of this blog may know that I took a leave … [Read More...]

Hosting Successful Sport Events in Your Own Backyard

Is your organization looking to host a championship event? Whether your … [Read More...]

We Are Expanding Our Team!

The Sport Law & Strategy Group is thrilled to announce that sport … [Read More...]

Event Management, Marketing Services and Beyond

I am excited and very honoured to join the Sport Law & Strategy Group.  … [Read More...]

The Proven Value of a Social Media Policy

For a few years I’ve been recommending that sport organizations develop … [Read More...]

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We welcome Jason Robinson to the Sport Law & Strategy Group! Jason's experience with events and marketing will be a great asset to the services we provide to our clients. See the announcement on SIRC here and check out Jason's first blog and bio on our website.

Rachel Corbett is pleased to announce that she has been appointed as a Doping Control Officer by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, and will be providing doping control services at both the Pan Am and Parapan Games in Toronto this summer. Rachel looks forward to assuming this front-line role, after so many years not on the front lines, but rather behind the scenes, of Canada's anti-doping program.

A handful of federally-incorporated Canadian sport organizations have not yet completed their transition to the Not-for-profit Corporations Act (NFP Act). If you are one of these organizations, feel free to contact us for help. If you have completed the transition, be sure to check out this blogpost which describes the things you need to pay attention to now that you are incorporated under the new legislation.

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