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Interview with OA Law Journal editor Annette Greenhow

Interview with Sports Law and Governance Journal editor Annette Greenhow

Assistant Professor Annette Greenhow, General Editor of the Open Access publication Sports Law and Governance Journal, speaks about the recent transformation of the journal, her journey to becoming the general editor, the importance of Open Access publishing and how the scope of the journal has broadened and become more relevant to both researchers and those who are engaged with the practice of sports law and governance.



If we are talking about equity and access and ensuring that any barriers or constraints are reduced (...) I believe open access is the optimal system -- Annette Greenhow

Read more about Annette’s research on her research profile and take time to browse the Sports Law and Governance journal.

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