LAW-2874 Sports Law
Mr. Jay W. Fee,
2 credits day; 2 credits evening.
This course will touch upon amateur sports law issues, including NCAA eligibility regulations and Title IX. The majority of the course will focus on professional sports law including: Player/Agent relationships; Professional Sports League Contracts; Salary Arbitration; Antitrust Law; Labor Law; Media Rights, Sponsorships; and Intellectual Property issues related to sports teams and professional athletes. Class discussion will center on the text book, outside materials to be provided and current events in the sports industry related to the course's core focus. Students will be asked to prepare and deliver a brief in-class presentation that will be graded. The final examination will be a term paper which can be used to fulfill the Law School's writing requirement. The paper may not exceed thirty (30) pages and must otherwise be compliant with the Law School's writing requirement guidelines. Adjunct faculty member, Jay W. Fee will teach the course.
Enrollment is limited: 20
Meets Intellectual Property Concentration Requirements
Final Paper Required
<<Course Updated: March 15, 2016>>