Brianna Quinn is an Australian-qualified lawyer specialising in international sports arbitration and international sports law.
She has acted as counsel in numerous arbitration proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and regularly advises a wide range of clients on sports-related disputes. She is also a permanent arbitrator at the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT) which resolves financial disputes between basketball players, coaches, agents and clubs.
An Australian-qualified lawyer, Brianna worked for several years in the litigation and competition divisions at Clayton Utz in Sydney, Australia, before undertaking a Master in International Sports Law and focusing her practice on this field.
Brianna’s practice is primarily focused on doping-related matters, as well as cycling, football and basketball-related contractual disputes. Brianna also regularly acts as counsel before the disciplinary bodies of major sports federations including FIFA, UEFA and FINA. Brianna’s clients include international federations, clubs, athletes and coaches as well as individuals engaged in the administration of sport.
She is the author or co-author of several publications concerning specific aspects of international sports arbitration and has lectured on sports law in Spain, the Netherlands and Turkey.
Brianna’s experience at Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler includes participation as counsel in over 30 sports related disputes.
Anti-doping and the Court of Arbitration for Sport: Where We’re at and Where We’re Going
in: Andreotti/Geraldo (Eds), Justiça Desportiva Nacional, Internacional e Comparada, forthcoming 2016
The Multifaceted Question of “Independence and Impartiality” in Sports Arbitration
Football Legal 2015/4, pp. 120-128
Evidentiary Issues Before CAS
in: M. Bernasconi (Ed.), International Sports Law and Jurisprudence of the CAS, Bern 2014, pp. 1-54Download (pdf)