• Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en Madrid
  • Precio:
    Curso Bonificable para Empresas
  • Comienzo:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Lugar:
    Recoletos 6
    Madrid 28001
    España
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master in International Sports Law

Presentación

In addition to all the Institutions, Law firms and Sports Clubs that were already partners of this programme, it has now been enriched with the Academic Stay that will take place at the Wolfson College of Cambridge. During the first part of the programme the Students will travel to Cambridge to receive classes from the best sport law specialists from the United Kingdom, in a College that is known to be the most cosmopolitan of Cambridge University. Wolfson College is one of the 31 Colleges of the University of Cambridge, and the majority of the students are carrying out research towards postgraduate degrees, in particular PhDs, MPhils and Master degrees. During this week the students will have the chance to know from the inside the organization of an English Football Club by visiting one of them. After this time in the United Kingdom the students will receive a certificate of attendance of this Academic time spent in Cambridge University.

Dirigido

This Master in International Sports Law has been designed for graduates in Law and other people interested in developing their careers in the Sports Law World.

The applicants must be able to attend and dedicate one year to the programme as a full-time student.

It is also compulsory for all the students to have a a very good command of English language, as this will be the official language of the program and therefore all the lectures will be given in English.

Programa

I. INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS LAW

a. General introduction to Sports Law

b. State law v. sports law

c. Fora for sports dispute resolution

d. Sources of law and the development of Lex Sportiva

e. Introduction to CAS and its impact in the Lex Sportiva

II. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW WITH OTHER AREAS OF LAW

a. Labour Law

b. Contract law

c. Civil and criminal liability of athletes

d. Financial and economic principles of sports

e. EU law in the framework of Sports Law: "Competition"

f. Tax law

g. Corporate law (M&A)

h. Intellectual property law

i. Entertainment law

III. THE SPORTS MODEL

The SPORT ACCORD

IV. FOOTBALL GOVERNANCE IN THE WORLD AND EUROPE

a. FIFA

b. UEFA

c. EPFL

d. ECA

e. CONCACAF

f. CONMEBOL

g. AFC

V. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

a. Sport Dispute Resolution: National and International Level

b. General Introduction to alternative dispute resolution in the international level

c. Arbitration

d. Mediation

e. Conciliation

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

a. General Introduction

b. Ad Hoc divisions and notable awards

VII. INTERSECTION OF SPORTS LAW AND SWISS LAW IN EUROPE

a. Swiss Civil Code and Swiss Code of Obligations

b. PILA

c. Swiss Federal Tribunal

VIII. DOPING

a. WADA and the World Anti-Doping Code

b. Doping and state law

c. Doping proceedings

IX. SPORTS LAW IN SPAIN

a. Regulatory framework

b. Consejo Superior de Deportes

c. Liga de Fútbol Profesional

d. Federations

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

a. Introduction to English law and the Common law in the UK

b. Common issues in UK sports law

c. Sports law in the UK v. Global sports law

d. UK relevant law and sports institutions

e. Premier League and the Football Association

XI. SPORTS LAW IN THE US

a. Introduction to US sports law and US sports model

b. Sports law and national identity

c. Common issues in US sports law

d. Antitrust framework of professional sports

e. Dispute resolution in US professional sports

f. US amateur sports (NCAA)

g. IP issues in US sports

XII. SPORTS LAW IN LATIN AMERICA

XIII. BASKETBALL

a. FIBA

b. Euroleague

c. BAT

XIV. INDIVIDUAL SPORTS

a. Tennis - ITF

b. Boxing and Martial arts – AIBA, WKF, UFC

XV. MOTOR SPORTS

XVI. WRITING AND ADVOCACY SKILLS WORKSHOPS MORGAN

a. Contract drafting and negotiation, including simulation

b. FIFA written submissions

c. CAS written submissions

d. Opening and Closing statements

e. Direct and cross-examination of witnesses

f. Presentation of evidence

XVII. MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS

a. Gambling in sports

b. Match-fixing and manipulation of results

c. 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.

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