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Leicester De Montfort Law School’s Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Law is delivered in London and is run in partnership with the British Association for Sport and the Law (BASL). Read more

About the course

Leicester De Montfort Law School’s Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Law is delivered in London and is run in partnership with the British Association for Sport and the Law (BASL). The course has been designed for students with an interest in developing a career in sports law.
•Flexible schedule
Study over a period of 12 months part time.
•Excellent student experience
Evening lectures at London venues delivered by leading practitioners and academic sports lawyers.
•No examinations
This course is assessed exclusively by coursework.
•CPD accreditation
This course gives you the opportunity to gain CPD accreditation

Teaching and assessment

This is a part time course so you should be prepared to devote approximately 150 hours to each module of study. You will typically have up to 2 hours contact hours of teaching most weeks during the period October to March. In addition there are 3 study weekends during that period. Teaching is through a mixture of lectures and self-directed study.

Graduate careers

This course equips you to enter legal and other work relating to sport issues. Sports lawyer Ben is youngest Championship boss.

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