Program will be first of its kind in the United States

Marquette University Law School will be offering an LL.M. in Sports Law for foreign lawyers for the first time this Fall.  According to the university, this will be the first graduate degree in Sports Law offered by a law school in the United States. Required courses include Amateur Sports Law, Professional Sports Law, two electives, as well as a research project on an international or comparative sports law.

Marquette University is a Jesuit university located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is its first LL.M. program.

For more information, please visit the Marquette Law School website.

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