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New Two-week Long Course in Global Sports and Entertainment Law Offered by Miami Law and ISDE Madrid

As part of its pursuit of providing high quality legal education in the fields of entertainment, arts and sports law, the University of Miami School of Law (Miami Law), in conjunction with Madrid, Spain's Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE), is offering a course for law students and legal practitioners intent on enhancing their knowledge on global sports and entertainment law.

The new Global Sports and Entertainment Law course is an annual two-week long program divided into two segments, i.e., one week to be taught at Miami Law and one week at ISDE in Madrid. Interested participants may take one of the two segments or both. A course completion certification will be provided to those who complete either or both of the week-long courses. For 2018, the following dates for the course will apply:

  • Miami: March 12-16, focus on Entertainment Law
  • Madrid: May 21-25, focus on European Sports Law

The course is open to both local and foreign legal professionals and law students currently enrolled. Non-lawyers with eligible industry expertise are also invited to apply. Miami Law and ISDE students currently enrolled must inquire from their respective universities about the enrollment details. The applicable fees for the course are as follows:

  • $2,000.00 for each course (covers course enrollment and three external site visits)
  • $3,500.00 if you register for both weeks (Miami and Madrid)

It should be noted that Miami Law's LL.M. in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law has three tracks, i.e., Sports Law Track, Entertainment Law Track, and Arts Law Track. The new course can be credited into any of the sports or entertainment law track. Not only with the LLM student gain a global perspective on international entertainment and sports law landscapes, they will also get an international study option at a shorter period.

The new course is comprised of two week-long courses each of which comprised of a total of 24 hours of classes. The course content is as follows:

MIAMI - March 12-16, 2018

  • Corporate Entertainment and Media Law (12 Hours)
  • Legal Aspects of Content Production in Latin America (12 Hours)

MADRID - May 21-25, 2018

  • Sports Law (24 hours)


For further information about the course, kindly contact the following:

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Greg Levy, Deputy Director, Graduate Program in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law

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Sara Navalón, Head of the Admissions Department

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