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Mr David Askinas (1951)

Lawyer (USA) Eng
Colorado Springs / USA

Lawyer. Instructor, Sports Law, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (2011-present), Chief Executive Officer, USA Taekwondo (2006-2011). Vice-President, Pan-American Taekwondo Union (2006-2011). General Counsel, Chief Operating Officer, CEO, United Soccer Leagues, Tampa, Florida (1997-2004). Director, Appeals Committee, Rules Committee, United States Soccer Federation (USSF) (1997-2004). Grants Committee, U.S. Soccer Federation Foundation (1999-2003).

Mr David Benck (1967)

Attorney-at-law (USA / Luxembourg) Eng
Birmingham, AL (USA) / USA

J.D.1993, University of Alabama. Attorney-at-law. General Counsel for Hibbett Sports. American Arbitration Association/International Centre for Dispute Resolution – Board of Directors and Co-Chair of Large Case Committee. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta – Board of Directors (Birmingham ). USA Gymnastics – Board of Directors, Chair of Nominating and Governance Committee, and formerly member of Ethics, Grievance and Safe Sport Committee. The World Games 2021 Birmingham – Founder and Board of Directors. US Anti-Doping Agency – Former member of the Anti-doping Review Board. USA Track & Field – Former member of the National Athletics Board of Review. Association of Corporate Counsel – Sport & Entertainment Lawyers Committee.

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Mr David Harold Bloom (1948)

Barrister (Australia) Fr/Eng
Sydney / Australia

LL.B; LL.M, Sydney; practicing barrister; admitted to the bars of NSW, Victoria, the Act, Queensland, Western Australia and of New York State.

Mr David J.A. Cairns (1961)

Attorney-at-law (United Kingdom / New Zealand) Eng/Sp
Madrid / United Kingdom

Ph.D, LLM, LLB. Partner, B. Cremades y Asociados. Lawyer and international arbitrator (international commercial and investment arbitration). Adjunct Professor, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid.

Prof. David N.W. Chen (1957)

Professor (China) Eng/Chi
Shanghai / China

Doctor of Law. Professor, Director of Sports Law research Center, Fu Dan University. Partner of Shanghai Allbright Law offices. Governor of Chinese Science and Technology Law Institution. Vice-Chairman of Shanghai Bar Association. Listed arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC). Listed expert of the Domain Dispute Settlement Center under CIETAC. Listed arbitrator of Shanghai Arbitration Committee.

Mr Paul David (1956)

Barrister (United Kingdom) Fr/Eng
Auckland / New Zealand

Barrister England and Wales. Barrister New Zealand High Court. 2002-2006, Partner at Wilson Harle, Auckland. 2006 - present, Barrister, Auckland. Counsel to Drug Free Sport New Zealand from 2002 to present. Chairman of various disciplinary tribunals for sport.

Dr Gyula Dávid (1948)

Attorney-at-law (Hungary) Eng
Budapest / Hungary

Lawyer. Member of Dávid Law Firm. Chairman of 3D Hungarian Aeroclub. Member of Hungarian waterpolo team, 1969-1972.

Mr David L. Evans (1957)

Arbitrator (USA) Eng
Boston / USA

J.D. Attorney-at-law. Partner, Murphy & King. Co-chair of the litigation department at Murphy & King in Boston, Massachusetts. Member of the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association.

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Mr David Grace QC (1953)

Barrister and Solicitor (Australia) Eng
Melbourne / Australia

Master of laws; Queens Counsel; Barrister; Co-Chair Criminal Law Committee Law Council of Australia; Member Court of Honour, and formerly Vice-President, Maccabi World Union. Director Athletics Australia; Team Advocate Australian Olympic Team Athens 2004; Member CAS ad hoc Divisions Commonwealth Games Melbourne 2006 and Winter Olympic Games Vancouver 2010. President Athletics Australia. Member of the IAAF Disciplinary Tribunal.

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Mr David Ipp (1938)

Judge (Australia) Eng
Sydney / Australia

Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia; Commissioner of Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC); former barrister, solicitor in Australia and in South Africa.

Mr David W. Rivkin (1955)

Lawyer (USA) Eng
New York / USA

Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP; Member, Board of Directors and Chair, Law Committee, American Arbitration Association (AAA); Chair, International Bar Association Legal Practice Division; President, London Court of International Arbitration North American Users Council; Director, Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce; Member of the CAS ad hoc Division at the Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City 2002 and at the Summer Olympic Games, Athens 2004.

Mr David A.R. Williams (1941)

Barrister-at-law (New Zealand) Eng
Auckland / New Zealand

LL.B (Auckland); LL.M (Harvard), Barrister (Queens Counsel) and Arbitrator. Justice of the Cook Islands Court of Appeal and Judge, Dubai International Financial Centre Court (both part-time positions). Former Judge of the High Court of New Zealand (1992-1994) and former Justice of High Court of the Cook Islands (2000-2010) and Chief Justice (2005-2010). President of the Arbitrators & Mediators Institute of New Zealand (2004-2006). Former Member New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing Industry Board (1996-2002), LCIA Court of Arbitration,ICC Court of Arbitration and Board of Directors American Arbitration Association and current Council Member, International Council on Commercial Arbitration (ICCA). Member of the IAAF Disciplinary Tribunal.

Mr Wei (David) Wu (1968)

Attorney-at-law (China / Brazil) Eng/Chi
Shanghai / China

Partner at Llinks Law firm (2017- ); Formerly founding and senior partner of Boss & Young Attorneys-at-Law. Head of Shanghai Bar Association Education & Sport Committee. Member of China Law Society Sports Law Chapter. Member of Rex Sport Asociación de Asesores del Deporte. Former President and Global Executive Committee Member of PLG International Lawyers. Pluralistic Master Mentor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Ko Guan Law School. Arbitrator at the CAS ad-hoc Division for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.