On Thursday, April 13, 2017, Pepperdine University School of Law will host a Symposium on “Doping in Sport: How the Culture Might Change,” in conjunction with the Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) and Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP. Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee, will provide the Keynote presentation. In two afternoon panels, leading anti-doping regulators, athlete attorneys, team executives, arbitrators, journalists, and athletes will discuss their experiences, research and questions on the practical, political, legal and ethical concerns related to doping, doping control, and what this means for the future of sport.
11:30am-12:30pm - Registration & Lunch
12:40-12:50pm - Welcoming Remarks
12:50-1:30pm - Setting the Stage: Investigating State-Sponsored Doping
1:30-2:15pm - Keynote Speaker: "Perspectives on Rio 2016"
2:15-2:30pm - Break
2:30-3:45pm - Panel One: "Rio 2016: Point/Counterpoint"
3:45-4:00pm - Break
4:00-5:15pm - Panel Two: "Finding Answers"
5:15pm - Closing Remarks
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