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World Sports Advocate
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Volume: 15 Issue: 11
(November 2017)

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employment status non-league footballers dan chapman partner head sport leathes prior dissects recent ruling london south employment tribunal

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The employment status of non-league footballers

Dan Chapman, Partner and Head of Sport at Leathes Prior, dissects the recent ruling by the London South Employment Tribunal in Duncan Culley v. Whitehawk Football Club, analyses the importance of the Tribunal’s decision to hear Culley’s complaint on the employment status of non-league footballers, and shares his views on the possible wider impact of the ruling.

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