This one year-long program provides recent law graduates with both solid theoretical grounding and practical skills to thrive in the world of sports law industry. The program includes 330 hours of in-class lectures led by top sports lawyers and academics, as well as individual exercises and project work, and 500 hours of work experience with a Rex Sport-affiliated law firm or a sport organization in a subsequent internship. Upon graduation, the vast majority of participants will be equipped with the required knowledge and professional skills that will give them an excellent option to get a job offer from a top international sports law office or from sport institutions.
RexSport established its first Master Program in International Sport Law 12 years ago, aimed at providing the students with a unique, original and first of its kind type of program, consisting of the perfect mixture between teaching the various aspects of sport law at an academic and theoretical level and, at the same time, providing the students with a practical knowledge and experience of working in sports law businesses and organizations.
Recently graduated lawyers interested in focusing their professional career on the practice of sports law and acquiring the necessary knowledge to develop their activity in specialized law firms, clubs or national and international sports institutions.
Lawyers with work experience who seek to redirect their professional career towards sports law and who need and/or wish to broaden their knowledge.
Graduated lawyers and law students.
For students to know the subjects and national and international institutions involved and which are governed at the same time by specific sports regulations, known as lex sportiva, and general and state regulations, and the bodies responsible for settling disputes and the scope of their power to implement their resolutions, often without the involvement of the public state authorities; and for them to understand the growing interest in and developments in lex sportiva and its impact on the legal and economic spheres.
To offer the possibility of carrying out internships in high level sports institutions or in internationally renowned law firms, which will carefully supervise them, so that they can put into practice the knowledge acquired during the course of study, using the necessary tools to develop their career in the world of sport and sports law.
1. INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS LAW (PART 1)
2. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW WITH OTHER AREAS OF LAW (PART 2)
Civil and criminal liability of athletes.
Financial and economic principles of sports.
EU law in the framework of Sports Law: “Competition”.
Corporate law (M & A).
Intellectual property law.
3. THE SPORTS MODEL
The SPORT ACCORD
4. FOOTBALL GOVERNANCE IN THE WORLD AND EUROPE
5. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Sport Dispute Resolution: National and International Level
General Introduction to alternative dispute resolution in the international level
6. INTERNATIONAL SPORT DISPUTE RESOLUTION: NATIONAL LEVEL VS. INTERNATIONAL LEVEL: FEDERATIONS AND TAS/CAS
Ad Hoc divisions and notable awards.
7. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW AND SWISS LAW IN EUROPE
9. SPORTS LAW IN SPAIN
10. SPORTS LAW IN THE UK
11. SPORTS LAW IN THE US
12. SPORTS LAW IN LATIN AMERICA
14. INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
Tennis – ITF.
Boxing and Martial arts.
15. MOTOR SPORTS
16. WRITING AND ADVOCACY SKILLS WORKSHOPS
17. MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS
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