If you choose to pursue a career in Sports and Entertainment Law you will represent athletes and entertainers or their employers, universities, venues, or other participants in this complex industry. You will need to get a solid grounding in such substantive areas of the law as contracts, torts, antitrust, and labor and employment. These areas of law intersect to govern the relationships between the key participants in the sports and entertainment industries. You will also need to be trained in negotiation and to understand the various models of dispute resolution.
The Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for the Study of Sports Law prepares students for careers in amateur and professional sports through rigorous academic study, innovative programs, internship opportunities, scholarship, and research.
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The Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal is a national legal periodical published and edited twice per year by a staff of students chosen for membership based on their performance in an Open-Writing Competition.
The Journal is committed to publishing scholarly articles on topics of importance in the field of sports law.
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