This course is at the forefront of sports law education in the UK. It combines the academic study of sports law with a very important practical dimension, which involves undertaking case studies in a number of modules. The course is designed for lawyers and non-legal professionals with an interest in the field of sports law, particularly those involved in sports management. •Informa This course is delivered in partnership with Informa Professional Academy, an organisation dedicated to working with leading academic bodies to provide high-calibre and well respected distance learning postgraduate courses •Develop your own personal pathway This course combines one core module with a diverse range of optional modules •Study at your own pace Enjoy flexible distance learning, with the option to exit at one of several points with a postgraduate award •Differentiate yourself in the job market Gain a competitive edge by increasing your knowledge of Sports law •Boost your employability Improve your career and employability options in a globalised job market
Teaching and assessment
The LLM is studied by distance learning and is fully assessed by coursework and a dissertation. The distance learning mode involves optional attendance at Leicester De Montfort Law School, for a maximum of ten Saturday study days during the period of study. The course is structured in a way that allows you to exit at one of several points, if desired, each with a postgraduate award.
The Sports Regulatory Regime and Sports Rights – this module looks at sport’s governing bodies and the foundations of sports and ethics, in particular taking an in depth look at doping control in sports. You will also examine the anti-discrimination laws and human rights acts that affect sports.
You will also select elective modules which might include: •Commercial Aspects of Sport •Event Management •Negotiated Study •Representing the Athlete/Player •Sport, Broadcasting and New Media •Sports Governance •The Sports Participant and the Courts •Sports and Ethics (Advanced)
Dissertation You must also undertake a dissertation, providing an invaluable opportunity to study a particular aspect of the law in-depth. You will need to apply and enhance your technical knowledge and critical awareness in a subject of your choice. In order to obtain the LLM in Sports Law and Practice it is necessary to write a dissertation with a sports law theme.
Note: All modules are subject to change in order to keep content current.
This course equips you to enter legal and other work relating to sport issues. Sports lawyer Ben is youngest Championship boss
You should have a good honours degree, or overseas equivalent, or an appropriate professional qualification. Some background knowledge of law is useful, but a degree in law is not essential. If English is not your first language, an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent is essential. English language tuition is available both before and during the course if required.
Recipient: De Montfort University
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