Dr. Robert Dingli
· Legal Trainee at Dingli & Dingli Law Firm 2014.
· Associate in Dingli and Dingli Law Firm since 2016.
· Bachlor of Laws, University of Malta
· Doctor of Laws, University of Malta
· LL.M Sports Law, Nottingham Trent University
· Chamber of Advocates, Malta
· International Sports Lawyers Association (ISLA)
· International Association of Sports Law (IASL)
Robert graduated with a Doctor of Laws in 2016 from the University of Malta after successfully submitting a dissertation titled “Is the Maltese prison system ECHR compliant?” During his time at University, Robert positively engaged in student activism by being the class representative for five years. Robert was also one of Student Representatives forming part of the Faculty of Laws Board in his last three years at University.
Robert was admitted to the Bar in Valletta in 2016.
In 2018, Robert graduated with a distinction in his LL.M in Sports Law from Nottingham Trent University. Robert’s dissertation concerned “A legal analysis of the sporting autonomy principle” which was closely linked to the Maltese sporting sector.
Robert joined Swieqi United F.C in its second year of existence (2010) and has been part of the committee for the past eight years, currently occupying the role of Vice?President (Club Affairs). In 2018, Robert was appointed as Swieqi United’s F.C. Malta Football Association (MFA) Council Member and is also part of the MFA Control and Disciplinary Board for the Season 2018/2019.
Robert has a keen interest for sports law matters, specifically matters concerning corruption and regulatory matters in sports. Robert regularly writes opinion pieces in The Times of Malta concerning local and foreign sport legal issues.
In his free time Robert enjoys watching football and running.