In the interview, Jonathan covers a wide range of topics, including litigating in CAS’s Ad Hoc Division, his involvement with the action taken by WADA in relation to Russian doping, “hot tubbing” of experts and how to become a sports lawyer. Jonathan also discusses some of his most significant cases, including the recent landmark Semenya v. IAAF ruling, dealing with fundamental issues concerning the eligibility criteria laid down by athletics’ governing body.

You can read the full interview here.

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