Sam joined Morgan Sports Law in August 2019 and became an Associate in 2023.
Sam is a lawyer in the firm’s Science Unit which provides expert assistance on contentious and non contentious anti-doping matters. Sam also works in other disputes matters across the firm.
Sam qualified as a solicitor in August 2023, having passed the Solicitors Qualification Examinations in 2022 and 2023.
Sam also has an Honours degree in Biological Natural Sciences from Selwyn College, University of Cambridge (2019).
Sam deals with a range of work, including:
- representing and advising athletes and sports teams in anti-doping proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and the tribunals of various national and international federations.
- representing athletes in a range of disciplinary and regulatory disputes, including matters before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
- advising athletes, clubs, and sports federations on sports-related issues, including selection and eligibility issues.
- advising athletes in respect of reputation management issues.
In addition to his scientific undergraduate degree, Sam honed his practical skills and knowledge by working in three professional scientific research laboratories.