BASL DMU LLM in Sports Law & Practice

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Leicester De Montfort Law School Master of Laws (LLM) in LLM in Sports Law and Practice by Distance Learning, customise your own course commences in September 2019.

Don’t let your location deprive you of the chance to gain an LLM in Sports Law and Practice. This distance learning course from De Montfort University brings quality learning and training to anyone from anywhere with an internet connection - effective study without interrupting your life.

This distance learning programme from De Montfort University brings quality learning and training and will give you the opportunity to improve your career prospects without compromising your work commitments, and is designed with employability in mind.

Learn from key industry practitioners and academics and benefit directly from their insight and invaluable commentary:

  • Analyse, interpret and apply the laws regulating sport
  • Increase your skills to gain a competitive advantage in difficult market conditions
  • Achieve a recognised UK university qualification while combining full-time employment with study
  • Exploit DMU’s commitment to offering excellence in learning for lawyers and non-lawyers
  • Apply your learning and new skills to your work immediately and help further your career
  • Study at a faster pace – follow the ‘accelerated route’ and complete the LLM in 15 months

You can also tailor the programme to your needs by studying your own unique combination of modules including:


  • Foundations of Sports Law and the Sports Regulatory Regime
  • Sports Governance
  • Representing the Athlete/Player
  • Event Management
  • The Sports Participant and the Courts
  • Sports Rights and Commercial Disputes Resolution
  • Sport Broadcasting and New Media
  • Sport and Ethics

For more information about this course, including the detailed prospectus please visit the website: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate-courses/sports-law-llm-degree-distance-learning/sports-law-llm-distance-learning.aspx

Online Course

DMU BASL Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Law

September 2019 sees the start of the ninth year of running of Leicester De Montfort Law School’s London based .

As in previous years the course is being run in partnership with the British Association for Sport and the Law.

Leicester De Montfort Law School is a leading provider of high quality distance learning post graduate legal education. It also runs a highly successful LLM in Sports Law and Practice by Distance Learning. This certificate programme builds on this success by offering practitioner focused face to face lectures in London in combination with Distance Learning modules.

The key features of the Course:

  • Study over a period of 12 months.
  • Evening lectures at London venues delivered by Leading Practitioners and Academic Sports Lawyers.
  • No examinations – assessed by coursework.
  • Award from De Montfort University Leicester.
  • Potential for CPD accreditation.

Who will benefit from the Course?

Practising lawyers or law graduates/trainees with an interest in developing a career in sports law, sports industry professionals and representatives of sports governing bodies, such as the Football Association.

How does it work?

Leicester De Montfort Law School is a leading provider of high quality distance learning post graduate legal education. It also runs a highly successful LLM in Sports Law and Practice by Distance Learning. This certificate programme builds on this success by offering practitioner focused face to face lectures in London in combination with Distance Learning modules.

To obtain the certificate a student will study: Foundations of Sports Law and the Sports Regulatory regime – a Distance Learning module headed up by Andy Gray (Head of the Sports Law Unit at Leicester De Montfort Law School). This module is studied from September to January.

To obtain the certificate a student will study:

  • Foundations of Sports Law and the Sports Regulatory regime – a Distance Learning module headed up by Andy Gray (Head of the Sports Law Unit at Leicester De Montfort Law School). This module is studied from September to January.

Topics covered:

  • Sports Governing Bodies
  • The Sports Disciplinary Process
  • Foundations of Sport and Ethics: Doping Control
  • Foundations of Commercial Aspects of Sport: Sports Rights
  • Competition Act and EU Treaty
  • Anti-Discrimination Laws
  • Human Rights Act
  • Data Protection Regulation

Practice Perspectives on Sports Law – this Module, which will run from September to April, is supported by a series of lectures to be held in London venues (London Lectures) and given by leading sports law practitioners. A minimum attendance requirement (50%) applies to these events and the module is assessed by coursework.

The London Lectures comprise of four principal subject areas:

Section A – Sports Governance
Section B – Commercialisation of Sport
Section C – Integrity in Sport
Section D – Issues for Individual Athletes

In addition, One module from the following:

  • Representing the Athlete/Player;
  • The Sports Participant in the Courts.

The module chosen will run from January to June.

Are there examinations?

No! The course is assessed by coursework only, set and marked by academic staff at Leicester De Montfort Law School. Typically, students will undertake 1 x 5,000 word assignment in each module.

The London Lectures – Do I have to attend?

Yes. The London Lectures are an integral part of this scheme. Leading sports lawyers from practice will meet at selected London venues. those currently planned for 2018/2019 include lectures at Charles Russell Speechlys, Dentons UKMEA, DLA Piper and The Football Association, Wembley Stadium.

The precise number of lectures to be delivered is to be confirmed but will not exceed 18 evening sessions in total. To get the Certificate you will need to achieve 50% attendance at these events.

If you are interested in the Certificate, but do not want to attend the lectures, or cannot guarantee attendance levels, you can join our LLM course in the normal way. For more details contact Andrew Pini +44 (0)20 7017 5906.

What support does Leicester De Montfort Law School give me?

If you are enrolled on the Certificate you are a De Montfort University student. That means that you will be invited to our Saturday study days (three a year). You will have access for academic purposes to our online databases. You will have ongoing access to the Course Team who will happily liaise and guide by telephone or electronically. And of course you will have Course Materials provided by Leicester De Montfort Law School.

How much time will it take for the Certificate?

You will attend the programme of lectures. In addition study of the accompanying modules will demand ongoing time input reading source material and writing assignments. For that input you will be able to achieve a high quality Post Graduate qualification, the opportunity to meet other Sports law Practitioners at the lectures and other Sports Law students from around the world at Leicester De Montfort study days. It can also be part of your CPD portfolio.

Can I go further?

Yes. A student who successfully attains the Certificate will be given automatic entry to our LLM Course – a Masters Degree in Sports Law can obtained after one further year of study.

Cost

The full Certificate Course is £3,250 for the full year though see above details of the early bird discount.

Early Bird Discount - £2,950 for applications received before 1 June 2019 thereafter the full fee of £3,250 is payable

 

Interested?

Click here to see full prospectus and application form

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Leicester
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Online Course

Master in International Sports Law - ISDE

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A leading program in the field of International Sports Law

Introduction and Objectives

The Master in International Sports Law is considered the reference in terms of excellence in the sector.

Full-time Master, combines classroom training with on-site closure sessions in Cambridge and Switzerland, in addition to completing mandatory international internships.

It guarantees the path to a successful career, the best creation of a proven professional network within an exclusive market and job placement at the end.

This Master in International Sports Law has been designed for graduates in Law and for other people interested in developing their career in the world of sports law.

One of the requirements to be admitted to the program is to be able to dedicate one year to full time. On the other hand, it is also mandatory to have an advanced level of English since this is the official language of the program and, therefore, all classes are taught in English.

It is also compulsory for all the students to have a very good command of the English language in written and oral form.

Why should you choose this master?

  • 1000 Students in more than 30 editions
  • 90% TLabor insertion rate
  • International recognition. Most appreciated Master by his students
  • The Master´s faculty is composed by the most relevant international Sports Law professionals.
  • The Master includes two academic stays (United Kingdom and Switzerland), where students will be trained in leading institutions and law firms in the sports and sports law sector.
  • The Master is ranked first in the top specialized Law programs by El Mundo & Expansión
  • You will work on real sports law cases handled by other lawyers. Litigation, sports dispute resolution, ADR´s, arbitrations, mediations… The student will always have all the supporting documentation, claim, counterclaim, procedural strategy, writs, resources, sentences and awards…
  • We guarantee an internship period in leading law firms, clubs, governing bodies…. A unique learning opportunity that will give you the basis on which to build your future professional career. A chance to learn from industry leaders and to work with the best professionals in the sector..
  • Over 1000 graduates that are currently working in the Sports Law and Management Industry. ISDE Sports Law Alumni.
  • We offer a unique training methodology based on a combination of practical cases, master classes, institutional visits and in-house training.

ISDE Alumni Employment Network and Networking with over 10,000 alumni, professors and program directors, made up of more than 200 professional firms from more than 30 countries.

Career Opportunities

  • National or international sports intermediary
  • Representation agencies
  • Law firms, audit firms and Big Fours
  • Federations, private and public institutions
  • National or international sports entities
  • Sports entertainment industry
  • E-Sports and videogames
  • Organization and management of sport events

Academic Program

I. INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS LAW

  • General introduction to Sports Law
  • State law v. sports law
  • Fora for sports dispute resolution
  • Sources of law and the development of Lex Sportiva
  • Introduction to CAS and its impact in the Lex Sportiva

II. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW WITH OTHER AREAS OF LAW

  • Labour Law
  • Contract law
  • Civil and criminal liability of athletes
  • Financial and economic principles of sports
  • EU law in the framework of Sports Law: “Competition”
  • Tax law
  • Corporate law (M&A)
  • Intellectual property law
  • Entertainment law

III. THE SPORTS MODEL

  • The Sport Agreement

IV. FOOTBALL GOVERNANCE IN THE WORLD AND EUROPE

  • FIFA
  • UEFA
  • EPFL
  • ECA
  • CONCACAF
  • CONMEBOL
  • AFC

V. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

  • Sport Dispute Resolution: National and International Level
  • General Introduction to international alternative dispute resolution
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Conciliation

VI. INTERNATIONAL SPORT DISPUTE RESOLUTION: NATIONAL LEVEL vs. INTERNATIONAL LEVEL: FEDERATIONS AND TAS/CAS

  • General Introduction
  • Ad Hoc divisions and notable awards

VII. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW AND SWISS LAW IN EUROPE

  • Swiss Civil Code and Swiss Code of Obligations
  • PILA
  • Swiss Federal Tribunal

VIII. DOPING

  • WADA and the World Anti-Doping Code
  • Doping and state law
  • Doping proceedings

IX. SPORTS LAW IN SPAIN

  • Regulatory framework
  • Consejo Superior de Deportes
  • Liga de Fútbol Profesional
  • Federations

X. SPORTS LAW IN THE UK (COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE)

  • Introduction to English law and the Common law in the UK
  • Common issues in UK sports law
  • Sports law in the UK v. Global sports law
  • UK relevant law and sports institutions
  • Premier League and the Football Association

XI. SPORTS LAW IN THE US

  • Introduction to US sports law and US sports model
  • Sports law and national identity
  • Common issues in US sports law
  • Antitrust framework of professional sports
  • Dispute resolution in US professional sports
  • US amateur sports (NCAA)
  • IP issues in US sports

XII. SPORTS LAW IN LATIN AMERICA

XIII. BASKETBALL

  • FIBA
  • Euroleague
  • BAT

XIV. INDIVIDUAL SPORTS

  • Tennis – ITF
  • Boxing and Martial arts – AIBA, WKF, UFC

XV. MOTOR SPORTS

XVI. WRITING AND ADVOCACY SKILLS WORKSHOPS MORGAN

  • Contract drafting and negotiation, including simulation
  • FIFA written submissions
  • CAS written submissions
  • Opening and Closing statements
  • Direct and cross-examination of witnesses
  • Presentation of evidence

XVII. MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS

  • Gambling in sports
  • Match-fixing and manipulation of results
  • Agents and Intermediaries

*To be spread out throughout the entire academic program.

*The Academic Program is subject to modifications should ISDE Academic Team or the Director of the Master program consider it appropriated.

Faculty

Academic Direction

Luís Fernando Pamplona Novaes
International Sports Lawyer
Director

In addition to his work with ISDE, our academic director is an international sports lawyer at Nemetz & Kuhnen Advocacia, Luís works in the following areas of expertise; Sports Law, Corporate Law, Contract Law, Tax Law and Labor Law since 2004. Mr. Novaes coordinates the firm’s Corporate Law Department and is a member of the firm’s Managing Board, together with senior partners Luiz Carlos Nemetz and Evaristo Kuhnen.

He holds an Executive Master’s Degree in International Sports Law from Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía – ISDE – Madrid, Spain (2015). Specialist Degree in Contract Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica – PUC/SP (2007). Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Fundação Universidade Regional de Blumenau – FURB, class of 2004.

Professor of Taxation of the Full time and Online Master programs in International Sports Law from Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía – ISDE – Madrid, Spain. Professor of Labor relations in People Management of the Post-graduate program of Instituto Catarinense de Pós-Graduação – ICPG.

Professor of History of Law, Law of Obligations and Corporate Law at FAE/Blumenau.

His professional and civic activities are, Vice-president of Associação Professor Artur Novaes – APAN Vôlei. Coordinator of the Sports Law Committee of the Brazilian Bar Association – Subsection of Blumenau. Member of CESA – Center for Studies of Law Firms (“Centro de Estudos das Sociedades de Advogados”). Legal Advisor of Associação Blumenau Pró-Vôlei. Former member of OAB vai à Escola (“OAB goes to School”) program.


Dev Kumar Parmar
International Sports Lawyer
Co-director

In addition to his work with ISDE, our academic director is an international sports lawyer and principal director at Parmars: Sports, which has bases in the UK and Spain. He was Called to the Bar by The Honorable Society of the Inner Temple, and has previous experience in Criminal Defence.

Working on all aspects of representation, management and legal advice, Dev assists top class athletes and coaches from the English Premier League down, and in other key countries. Dev’s key role within the inaugural edition of the Indian Super League in 2014 also marks him as an important connection within the region.

His work ethic has been roundly praised by numerous peers and leaders alike, with his strong willed belief in passing practical knowledge to students at the earliest stages has impressed many across the globe. Dev remains a mentor to dozens of students and young professionals, working closely with several colleges and universities in this respect.

Dev has been invited to speak in Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East and South America. In 2012 Dev was nominated for both the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games ‘Inspiring Person in the Community’ Award, and as a Barclays ‘Future Black Leader’ for the Top 100 of 2013.

Dev is personally supportive of all ISDE students and is happy to assist students with developmental pathways to ensure that they take the best next steps in their respective careers.

Jeffrey Mishkin USA Lawyer, Partner at Skadden Arps Mr.
David Wu China Lawyer, Partner at Boss &Young Attorneys at Law Shanghai CAS Arbitrator
Omar Ongaro Switzerland Lawyer, Head of Players’ Status & Governance at FIFA
Dan Johnson UK Director of Communications and member of the Executive Leadership Team at Premier League
Pedro Garcia Correia Portugal Sports Lawyer – Partner at CSA – Law Firm
Oliver Luck USA Executive Vicepresident of regulatory affairs at NCAA
Dennis Koolaard Netherlands Attorney at De Kempenaer Advocaten
Ramón Mullerat Spain Lawyer, Partner at PWC
Mitch Nathanson USA Lawyer, Villanova University
Ricardo Oliveras Spain Partner at Écija
Alessandro Pieralli Spain Lawyer, Maluker Advocats
Íñigo Quintana Spain Lawyer, Partner at Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira
Luis Alonso Spain Lawyer, Partner at Clifford Chance
Roberto Álvarez Spain Lawyer, Partner at Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira
Leonardo Andreotti Brazil Lawyer, Partner at Andreotti Advocacia Desportiva
Kaisor Basar Spain Solicitor, Interlex Sport
Andrew Brandt USA Lawyer, NFL
Delia Castaños Spain Lawyer, Gómez Acebo & Pombo
Brianna Quinn Switzerland Lawyer at Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler
Javier Hernández Galante Spain Lawyer, Partner at Ashurst
Manuel Garayo Spain Lawyer, Zurdo & Garayo
Rodrigo García Lucas Spain Lawyer, Laffer Abogados
Julien Sieveking Canada Chief Legal Manager at WADA
Vered Yakovee USA Vice President & Associate General Counsel at Miami HEAT
Daniel Cravo Brazil Partner at Cravo, Pastl, Balbuena
Dídac Severino Spain-UK Senior Associate (Corporate/M&A) at Clifford Chance
Alfonso Gómez-Acebo Spain Partner, Baker & McKenzie
Robert Pongracz Romania Vice President en Liga Profesionista de Fotbal
Daniel Muñoz Spain Partner at Muñoz & Arias Sports Lawyers
Desirée Bellia Switzerland Legal affairs manager at ECA
Rodrigo Arias Switzerland Integrity Manager – FIFA Security Division
Gregory Bloom USA Partner at Chase Lawyers
Miguel Liétard Spain Lawyer at Sport Advisers
Stuart McInnes UK Consultant Squire Patton Boggs
William Sternheimer Switzerland Deputy Secretary General at Court of Arbitration for Sport
Oliver Jaberg Switzerland Director of Integrity & Institutional Legal, FIFA
Mike Morgan UK Partner at Morgan Sports Law LLP
Marc Valentin Lenz Switzerland Club Licensing & Financial Fair Play at UEFA
James Bunting Canada Partner, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg, LLP
Ulrich Haas Switzerland University of Zurich
Kimberly Morris Switzerland Head of Integrity & Compliance at FIFA TMS
Jan Kleiner Switzerland Senior Associate Bär & Karrer
Ariel Reck Argentina Sports Lawyer
Jeff Miller USA Lawyer
Takehiko Nakamura Japan and USA President and CEO at Blue United Corporation
Íñigo de la Calle Spain Partner and Senn Ferrero
David Casserly UK and Switzerland Barrister
Nic Coward UK Adviser
Dirk-Reiner Martens Germany Managing Director of Martens Rechtsanwälte
Dev Kumar Parmar UK Sports Law Adviser/Athlete Representative
Sarah Ochwada Kenia Sports & Entertainment Lawyer, Arbitrator
Daniel Lorenz Portugal Head of Internationalization at FC Porto
Loïc Morin France Responsable Service Juridique LFP
Kate Porter USA Associate Skadden,Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Claude Ramoni Switzerland Partner at Libra Law
Wouter Lambrecht Switzerland Head of Legal at the European Club Association
Mario Vigna Italy Italian Olympic Committee
Stephen Bock Switzerland Legal Affairs Manager at Fédération Internationale de Volleyball
Elisenda Salrach Spain Legal Director Euroleague
Alberto Fortún Spain Lawyer, Partner at Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira
Jacobo Beltrán Spain Senior Advisor at Grant Thornton

*The faculty is subject to modifications

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Sports Agents Professional Certificate Programme - Loughborough University

 

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Loughborough University's new Professional Certificate Programme for Sports Agents is designed to meet the need for a comprehensive industry qualification that covers sports law, governance and business practices - drawing on Loughborough's unique connections to the world of sport.

This unique programme – endorsed by the UK Association of Football Agents – is ideal for registered sports agents and anyone wishing to move into this sector.

It will provide you with the breadth of knowledge and capabilities required to operate lawfully – and in a principled manner – within the player and transfer markets.

Combining lectures and seminars, the programme makes use of practical activities and discussions to support and embed learning.

The broad course content and wide-ranging expertise of our programme team makes Loughborough University's Professional Certificate Programme for Sports Agents suitable for agents (or aspiring agents) working across sports.

Programme details

Online course

Autumn cohort:  24th September – 10th December 2020,

12 online live classes every Thursday between 18:30 and 21:00 (BST)

This unique online programme is delivered via our bespoke e-learning platform specifically designed for your optimum online learning experience. 

The programme consists of e-learning activities including videos, regulatory e-guidelines, case studies, reports, and articles alongside 12 live online classes delivered by the members of our programme team.

10 week programme

Autumn cohort: To be delivered via the online programme.

Winter cohort: February - April 2020 dates TBC

Weekend programme

Winter cohort: February - April 2020 dates TBC

Each session will begin with a tutor-led theory session followed by hands-on case study activities.

The course will focus on the three core pillars of the agency profession and market:

Regulatory frameworks - You will study the legal frameworks governing agents in different sports and how to comply with them.

Contemporary legal issues - You will explore a range of issues – including player representation, dealing with minors, financial crime and corruption, betting and match-fixing – and how to deal with them.

Business practices - You will investigate the practicalities of being an agent including transfer negotiations, approaching clubs, and expanding your network.

Programme content

The programme covers the following topics:

Introduction: Introduction to the programme

Session 1: Becoming an Agent – Regulations and Registration 

Session 2: Representation Contracts 

Session 3: Employment and Commercial Contracts 

Session 4: Dispute Resolution in Sport

Session 5:  Representation of Minors

Session 6: Corruption and Agents Market

Session 7: Talent ID: Working with Talent

Session 8: Being an agent – Managing Athletes’ Parents

Session 9: Negotiating Transfers

Session 10: Succeeding in the Agent Market

Q&A Session: Assessment overview and requirements 

The benefits of completing this programme

Ideal for existing registered and prospective sports agents, the programme will help you to:

transition into the agency market

gain a holistic understanding of being an agent

develop and improve your understanding of the regulations applicable to you

advance your professional skills

There are no formal academic prerequisites for the programme, however some business experience and numerical proficiency are recommended.

Programme team

Known for our outstanding contribution to the world of sport for over 60 years, Loughborough University's unique sporting environment brings together exceptional athletes, facilities, coaching and research expertise with extensive partnerships with major sports organisations. As a student on the Professional Certicate Programme for Sports Agents you will benefit directly from the expertise and sports industry connections that only Loughborough can offer.

The programme team is composed of some of the most experienced and prominent legal practitioners and serving professionals within the sport industry alongside the academic team of Loughborough University.

Academics

Dr Serhat Yilmaz (Programme Director) - Serhat is a Lecturer in Sports Law in the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS) at Loughborough University and an expert on contemporary legal issues in the field of football, particularly in relation to the regulation of intermediaries and the protection of minors. Read more. 

Dr Argyro Elisavet Manoli - A lecturer in Sports Marketing and Communications at Loughborough University who has worked in the football industry for clubs such as AEK Athens FC and Middlesbrough FC. Read more.

Professor Chris Harwood - A Professor in Sport Psychology at Loughborough University, a Practitioner Sport Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and a Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychological Society. Read more.

Practitioners

Mel Stein (Clintons and the AFA) - Mel Stein is the President and founder of the Association of Football Agents and a consultant at Clintons Solicitors, a leading music/entertainment and sport practice. Read more.

Nick De Marco QC (Blackstone Chambers) - One of the leading sports barristers in the UK, he is an expert in the regulation of intermediaries and in football regulation generally. Read more.

Daniel Geey (Sheridans) - A partner in the Sport Group of Sheridans whose practice focuses on helping clients in the sports sector, including agencies, athletes, clubs, governing bodies, leagues, and others. Read more. 

William McAuliffe (Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler) - William McAuliffe is a legal counsel in UEFA and represents UEFA in proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne. Read more.

Richard Allen (Loughborough University) - Director of Football at Loughborough University, Richard has long-standing expertise in talent identification, having served as Head of Talent ID for the Football Association. Read more.

Apply today

To kick-start your career as a sport agent or take your professional skills to the next level, please register your interest by completing and submitting the online form.

No payment is required until you have been accepted on to the programme.

Fee information

Online & 10 week programme

Full Price

£1,800

AFA Members

£1,500

Loughborough University Alumni

£1,500

Weekend programme

The cost of the course includes ten modules studied over 2½ weekends at Loughborough University in Loughborough, Leicestershire.

Introductory price

Full Price

£2,000

AFA Members

£1,700

Loughborough University Alumni

£1,700

To apply, please see here

Contact details

Dr Serhat Yilmaz - Programme DirectorT: +44 (0) 1509 228 163

Manisha Patel - Programme Support AdministratorT: +44 (0) 1509 226 418

Address:

Epinal Way
LE11 3TU
Loughborough
Leicestershire
United Kingdom

Telephone:

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Seminars

Sports Law, Melbourne Law Masters - The University of Melbourne

Melbourne Law School

Melbourne Law School, ranked 1st in Australia and in the top 10 law schools globally, is also a world pioneer in exploring the interface between sports and the law.  Melbourne Law School's renowned specialisation in sports law is at the cutting-edge of sporting and legal knowledge. It was developed specifically for legal practitioners and professionals in the growing field of sports administration and management, for whom an understanding of sports law will provide a real professional advantage. This year’s program more than ever lives up to its international reputation for innovation and industry relevance.

2019 Melbourne Law Masters Sports Law program

Melbourne Law School, ranked 1st in Australia and in the top 10 law schools globally, is also a world pioneer in exploring the interface between sports and the law.  Melbourne Law School's renowned specialisation in sports law is at the cutting-edge of sporting and legal knowledge. It was developed specifically for legal practitioners and professionals in the growing field of sports administration and management, for whom an understanding of sports law will provide a real professional advantage. This year’s program more than ever lives up to its international reputation for innovation and industry relevance.

The new sports law program is out now. For further information go to  www.law.unimelb.edu.au/masters/specialist-legal-areas/sports-law

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Forthcoming week-intensive subjects in 2019:

Sports Medical and Anti-Doping Law, May 2019

Lecturers

Mr Hayden Opie AM, Coordinator

Dr Peter Brukner OAM

Dr Peter Harcourt OAM

eSports and the Law, June 2019

Lecturers

Professor Jack Anderson, Coordinator

Mr Mat Jessep

Sports Integrity and Investigations, September 2019

Lecturers

Mr Hayden Opie AM, Coordinator

Ms Catherine Ordway

Sports Law: Entities and Governance, November 2019

Lecturers

Mr Robert Macdonald, Coordinator

Mr Malcolm Speed AO

Mr James Paterson

Address:

185 Pelham St, Carlton
3053
Melbourne
Victoria
Australia

Telephone:

13 MELB (13 6352) ; International: +(61 3) 9035 5511

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