|Martin Doris and Sandra Marco Colino convened a group of academics from various disciplines, legal practitioners and industry representatives to consider some of the most pressing sociolegal issues currently affecting the gambling sector. The papers presented covered a broad range of national and transnational solutions to respond to a growingly ''''glocalised'''' industry, where the protection of the vulnerable has to be reconciled with the needs of operators. As was discussed across a series of panels, new technologies and the growth of online gambling give rise to challenges that can no longer be resolved solely at the domestic level. Sports betting, which remains one of the most popular forms of gambling, was also the focus of a specialized panel. This was the second event of the Global Gambling Law Forum (previously the International Gambling Policy and Regulation Network), founded in 2008 by the workshop chairs. The Institute''''s organization was first class, and the facilities provided an ideal, relaxed setting for such an intensive two-day agenda; in fact, some of the most lively discussions arose over fine local pintxos. An edited book is currently being prepared to disseminate the workshop conclusions.