Senior Researcher, ASSER Institute
Antoine is a Senior researcher in European and international Sports Law at the ASSER Institute in The Hague since 2014. Before he was a Phd researcher in Law at the European University Institute in Florence.
Antoine's research focuses on the (sometimes conflictual) intersection between sports' private regulations (also known as lex sportiva) and national, European and international law.
On Play the Game he comments more broadly on the many challenges facing the international governance and regulation of sport.
Play the Game
- The rules of the game: Tackling Doping Seriously27-09-2016
- The rules of the game: The need for transparency in sports governance 01-07-2016
- The rules of the game: Three pillars for a reform of the Court of Arbitration for Sport: Independence, Transparency and Access to Justice04-12-2015
- The rules of the game: Beyond the downfall of Blatter and FIFA, this is about the future of power in the global age03-06-2015
- The Pechstein ruling of the Oberlandesgericht München - Time for a new reform of CAS?23-01-2015
- The Olympic Agenda 2020: The devil is in the implementation!04-12-2014
- The UN and the IOC: Beautiful friendship or Liaison Dangereuse?13-11-2014
- Olympic Agenda 2020: To bid, or not to bid, that is the question!08-10-2014
- Olympic Agenda 2020: Window Dressing or New Beginning?12-06-2014
- The Day after Sochi: Time to take the Olympic Charter Seriously!03-03-2014