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Global Master in International Sports Law - ISDE

The Global Master in International Sports Law is aimed and focused for professionals that are not able to attend a full time, one year long program. Students of this Master come from Law, Business Administration, and Economics backgrounds, who want to acquire practical and work oriented knowledge in the field of International Sports Law and Sport Management.

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How to become a sports lawyer - online course

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Master in International Sports Law - ISDE

The Master in International Sports Law has been designed for graduates in Law interested in developing their careers in the Sports Law Industry. Applicants must be able to attend the Master as full-time student for a period of one year in Madrid, Spain. It is also compulsory for all the students to have a very good command of the English language in written and oral form.

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Sports Law, Melbourne Law Masters - The University of Melbourne

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.


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