Guest Contributors

Atul Lakshman

Atul Lakshman is currently a 5th year BA LLB student of Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies. Coming from a strong professional sporting background, he is a passionate follower of legal issues concerning sports and sports law policies. His other areas of interest are corporate and commercial law, arbitration and intellectual property law.He can be contacted at:

Blog Post : BCCI Registers New Constitution: A Move Closer To Implementing Lodha Recommendations Yet Far From It

Tejaswa Naswa

Tejaswa Naswa is currently pursuing B.A. LL.B (Hons.)  from NLIU Bhopal. Hardcore Madridista and having a  major liking towards European Football, he is a football player himself.
He might look menacing on the pitch, but is the calmest player out there is which is only rivalled by Toni Kroos. Sports is his first love and Sports Law second and he is vying to achieve greater things in this niche area of law. He can be contacted at :

Blog Post : Surinder Singh Barmi v. BCCI : Analysis of the Competition Law principles

Sudipto Hambir

Sudipto is currently pursuing B.A. LL.B (Hons.) from the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. An avid football lover and a goalkeeper by heart, he spends the majority of his time either playing football or writing about it. He started writing as a sports writer and his articles have been featured in some of the leading Indian sports websites. After realizing his new found love for Sports law, he is committed to pursue his passion for it extensively. He can be contacted at :

Blog Post : Un/Regulated Industry of Un/Licensed intermediaries in India’s football market

Aman Gupta

Aman is presently a post-graduate student at the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad. With a B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) degree from the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata, Aman has advised on matters relating to league formulation, intellectual property rights, media and broadcasting rights for domestic sports leagues, sports management agencies and grassroots sports organisations. He can be contacted at :

Blog Post : Limiting the contours of mandatory sharing -A detailed analysis of the Union of India v BCCI decision


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