Llm in sports law in Marquette university
The goal of the LL.M in Sports Law is providing lawyers trained at foreign law schools with both theoretical and practical education concerning legal regulation of the United States amateur and professional sports industries as well as Olympic sports. Finally Students would be able to study seven key objective of the program. First is understanding how amateur, professional, and Olympic sports are regulated by the United States legal system, which will enhance one's ability to make comparisons with the legal regulation of sports in his/her home country. Second is understanding the key historical, sociological, economic, and public policy issues influencing the development of American sports law. Third is understanding the different internal processes for regulating amateur, professional, and Olympic sports within the United States. Fourth is understanding is how various areas of American public law, particularly antitrust and labor law, shape and constrain the internal regulatory authority of private sports leagues and organizations. Fifth to be able to use this knowledge effectively in matters involving American sports organizations, leagues, and athletes. Sixth is understanding the international legal environment applicable to sport. The Seventh and last is identifying and understand policy issues affecting the legal regulation of sport and resolve legal problems from both a theoretical and practical perspective.
Completed application form , Official transcripts from all current and previous colleges/universities, Essay and Three letters of Recommendation
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