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Mark is an aspiring solicitor and graduate of the Open University, where he graduated with a First Class Honours in his BSc (Hons) Open Degree in 2017, for which his studies encompassed business and legal studies. He completed the GDL at BPP University and is currently studying for a LLM in Sports Law in Practice at De Montford University as part of his goal is to qualify as a solicitor specialising in sports law.

Alongside his studies, Mark also works full time for the Financial Ombudsman Service as an Adjudicator, where he investigates and assesses consumer complaints against banks and financial service providers.

Articles by Mark

The Owners and Directors Test: An Unreliable Keeper of Football's Integrity? 13th October 2020

TPO in Football: What is "Third Party Ownership"? 10th March 2020

Nationality in Sport: Nailing your Colours to the Mast? 21st May 2019

The European Super League: Moving the Goalposts Too Far? 21st December 2018

Financial Fair Play in Football: Curbing the Excess or the Enthusiasm? 25th September 2018

Pimlico Plumbers v Smith: Clearing a Blockage in the Employment Law Pipe? 27th July 2018

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