Ethics and Sport: Dispute Resolution in Sport: Athletes, Law and Arbitration ("Dispute Resolution in Sport") is authored by David McArdle, a senior lecturer in the School of Law at University of Stirling, United Kingdom. McArdle wrote the book to offer a theoretical foundation for understanding the relationship between arbitration and litigation as it applies to disputes arising in sports. Further, the book provides guidance on significant current issues and best practices for students, researchers, and practitioners working in various fields of sports law. McArdle's goal was to explore some of the key legal, arbitral, and policy developments that have impacted athletes' participation rights, with a specific focus on North America and the European Union.
Zachary Burley, Ethics and Sport Dispute Resolution in Sport: Athletes, Law and Arbitration, 7 Y.B. Arb. & Mediation 339 (2015).