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Compare: Sports Law Programs

The founder of our site, Kristi Dosh, along with many of our contributors over the years, have attended law schools across the country with sports law programs. After publishing our initial review of the top sports law programs in the country, we decided to provide quick, easy information that allows you to compare programs side-by-side as you make your application and enrollment decisions.

 

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Tulane Law School

Tulane University Law School

New Orleans, Louisiana

Certificate/Concentration: Certificate of Concentration in Sports Law

Journal: Sports Law Journal

Student Organizations: Tulane Sports Law Society

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Two extracurricular writing opportunities are available to first-year students: The Sports Lawyer, a monthly electronic newsletter examining current legal issues in the sports world, and the Sports Law Weekly, a weekly electronic newsletter examining current events in the sports industry. Students also have the opportunity to compete in the International Baseball Arbitration Competition and Professional Football Negotiation Competition, both of which are hosted by Tulane.

Certificate/Concentration: Sports Law Concentration

Journal: Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

Student Organizations: Sports Law Society

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Sports Law Negotiation Team; The Annual Game Day Case Competition brings together JD and MBA students to “take a multidisciplinary approach to analyzing, presenting and negotiating solutions to real-world legal and business problems.”

Certificate/Concentration: Sports Law Certificate 

Journal: Sports and Entertainment Law Institute

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Entertainment Law Certificate (which can be earned separately or together with the Sports Law Certificate)

Certificate/Concentration: Sports Law Certificate

Journal: Marquette Sports Law Review

Students Organizations: Sports Law Society and Sports Law Peer-to-Peer Network

Competitions or Other Opportunities: The National Sports Law Institute is affiliated with the Marquette Sports Law Program, which is a leading national research and educational institute for the legal and business issues in sports.

Certificate/Concentration: Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law

Journal: Business Law Review

Students Organizations: Entertainment and Sports Law

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board: Students compete in moot court competitions in sports law and have participated in the: Moorad Game Day Case Competition, Tulane Professional Sports Negotiation Competitions: International Baseball Arbitration Competition, the Professional Football Negotiation Competition, and the Professional Basketball Negotiation Competition.

Certificate/Concentration: Master of Sports Law and Business Administration (can be completed concurrently with JD)

Journal: Sports and Entertainment Law Journal

Students Organizations: Sports Law and Business Program Sports Organization

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Moot Court competions

Certificate/Concentration: Entertainment and Sports Law Program

Journal: Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the law

Students Organizations: Sports and Entertainment law society

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Students have competed in a variety of national competitions: National Sports Law Negotiation Competition (San Diego); Southwestern Entertainment Law Negotiation Competition (Los Angeles); Tulane Baseball Salary Arbitration Competition (New Orleans); Tulane NFL Football Negotiation Competition (New Orleans); Fordham National Basketball Negotiation Competition (New York); International Chamber of Commerce Mediation Advocacy Competition (Paris); UCLA GAMEDAY Sports Case Competition (MBA & JD Teams); Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) competition; Cardozo BMI Entertainment Moot Competition (New York); Tulane Sports Law Moot Court Competition (New Orleans)

Certificate/Concentration: Oregon Summer Sports Law Institute

Journal: Oregon Law Review

Students Organizations: Sports and Entertainment Law Forum

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Summer sports law is unique opportunity to explore the sports law space.

Certificate/Concentration: Dual Degree in Law and Sport Administration

Journal: North Carolina Law Review

Students Organizations: Sports and Entertainment Law association

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Access to sport and entertainment law related networking events, speakers, career information, conferences, competitions, fundraising, and community service.

Certificate/Concentration: Sports Law Clinic

Journal: Sports and Entertainment Journal

Students Organizations: Harvard Committee On Sports

Competitions or Other Opportunities: Sports Law clinic placements are in a variety of settings, including legal departments of major leagues or sports franchises, and with law firms and lawyers doing sports law in representing individual players, teams, or leagues. Students’ clinical work in the field may include contract and transactional work, arbitration, litigation, research, and writing.

Certificate/Concentration: Professional Sports and the Law Course

Journal: Sports and Entertainment Journal

Students Organizations: Sports Law and Entertainment Society

Competitions or Other Opportunities: The primary goals of the sports law and entertainment society are to consistently host informative events featuring sports law professionals, entertainment law professionals, provide career networking opportunities for students, and promote a comfortable setting where students can socialize and discuss relevant legal issues in sports and entertainment.