Natalie St Cyr Clarke is Legal Affairs Manager at FIBA (International Basketball Federation) and Co Chair of the Sports Law Subcommittee of the International Bar Association. Natalie is a New York qualified lawyer with numerous years of experience in sports arbitration and dispute resolution, having previously worked for Libra Law in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Natalie obtained a double degree (LL.B/J.D.) from King’s College London, UK, and Columbia Law School in New York, USA, and also has an LLM in International Sports Law from the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía in Madrid, Spain.
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