Sports Law Specialization
From representing athletes to helping universities comply with NCAA rules, from trademarking team logos to protecting athletes’ publicity and privacy rights, the day-to-day operations of amateur and professional sports involve virtually every area of law. Loyola’s Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) with a specialization in Sports Law will prepare you for a career in the dynamic sports industry.
The MLS program can be completed in 18 months to two years, part-time. Loyola offers evening courses as well as traditional day courses to provide greater flexibility. Through a breadth and depth of coursework and externships to apply what you’ve learned in class, Loyola’s MLS Sports Law specialization prepares you to hit the ground running in the sports industry.
- Legal Issues in Sports
- Legal Methods I: Writing & Analysis
- Legal Methods II: Negotiations & Drafting
- Sports Law
- Privacy Torts
- Sports Marketing
- Antitrust Law
- Labor Law
- Entertainment Law
- Trademark Law
- Fashion Law
- Sports Law Practicum and Externship Placement
- Preparing for Externship & Career Success