Sports Law

About this Course

This course will introduce students to the foundations of sports law. Sports law reflects how various legal disciplines, including torts, antitrust, labor, agency, criminal, contract, immigration, and anti-discrimination laws, impact professional and amateur sports actors, such as leagues, conferences, teams, and players. This course will provide students with both practical and theoretical approaches to legal issues that arise in sports, including in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, NCAA, and tennis. Students will read sports law writings, including cases and law review articles, as well as readings from other disciplines, including economics and social psychology. Students will also be expected to discuss current and breaking issues in sports law as they emerge over the course of the semester.

Course number

6330

Program

Graduate

Subject

Business Law