Course Description

« Back to program information

LWYL556 International Sports Law-London (James R. McCurdy)

3 credit(s)
Concentration(s): International Law (JD), Study Abroad (JD), International Law (LLMC), LLM in International Law (LLMI)

We begin with the law of the Olympics, including trademark and other intellectual property issues. The course examines the workings of the Court for the Arbitration of Sport and the World Anti-Doping Agency and Code. Analysis of the U. S. and EU antitrust/competition laws focuses on broadcasting, player movement in the labor market, and league/federation structure and governance. The global nature of international sports is emphasized in scrutiny of U. S. and world-wide models of sports leagues, including team ownership, relocation, and stadium/arena development. The course explores the law of player agent practice in the flat world context, comparing systems of control as well as actual practice phenomena. The final exam will be held on 8/3/2013. (Program dates: July 1-August 3, 2013)
Note: Class meets M,T,W,TH & F - 10:45-12:20pm


Graduate and International Programs
Warren Hall, Room 207
Phone: (619) 260-7584
Fax: (619) 260-4515


M-F: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.