International Association of Sports Law (IASL)
Association internationale du droit des sports (ASSIDS)
Asociación Internacional de Derecho Deportivo (ASIDD)
Internationale Vereinigung für Sportrecht (IVFS)
Internationale Vereniging voor Sportrecht (IVSR)
Associació Internacional del Dret de l'Esport (IASL)
1992-12-11 Athens Greece
11-13 Dec 1992, Athens (Greece), during first International Congress. Originally referred to by French and Spanish initials ASSIDS -- AIDD. Statutes adopted 12 Dec 1993, Athens. Registered in accordance with Greek law, 25 Jan 1994, Pyrgos (Greece), number: 17/3.12.92.
Promote cultivation and development of the science, research and teaching of sports law and the institution of the Olympic Games; promote studies of the international sports jurisprudence, programming and consultative in the legislative, administrative, organizational and practical section of sports law and the institution of the Olympic Games.
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