International Private Master Degree In Sports Law de la Universidad Europea
Become an expert in sports law, regulations and dispute resolution, with a unique teaching staff composed of experts working for the most relevant stakeholders in the field of sports law.
The Master in Sports Law, LLM is designed for law graduates from all around the world who want to develop their professional careers in the field of international sports law. The 9-month programme covers a range of subjects such as anti-doping, dispute resolution, and taxation, allowing students to develop a broad set of skills and be able to adapt and thrive in different work environments.
As part of the sports law masters, you will have the chance to carry out internships and work placements at some of the biggest sports law firms such as Sportia Law, Ruiz-Huerta & Crespo Abogados, Bicchara & Motta Advogados, and Laffer.
A good command of English and a degree in law are required. Candidates will have to pass an interview intended to assess their profile and acceptance in the program.
TITULACIÓNTitle issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid
Module 1. Organization of sport institutions
Module 2. Lex Sportiva. Sources of sports law. Who and how draft governing sports law.
Module 3. Dispute resolution within sports
Module 4. Organisation of sporting events and good governance
Module 5. International anti-doping
Module 6. International taxation on athletes
Module 7. Swiss law and football sport law
Module 8. Proceedings before the court of arbitration for sport
Module 9. Moot Court and Internship
Module 10. Masters Thesis
This programme will offer you unique professionals opportunities, including an exclusive and international network thanks to the presence of more than 50 nationalities in the classroom. The interaction between professionals and students provides incredible professional opportunities.
Additionally, the programme offers students the possibility to complete professional internships in several of the most renowned law firms in the world of sports law. Some students are assigned to work in the legal department of Real Madrid F.C., and others will enjoy internships in other leading sports entities.
With comprehensive training, students will acquire the knowledge and tools necessary to work in international federations, law firms, sports clubs, professional leagues, anti-doping organisations and sports representation agencies, and will succeed in their international sports law careers.