Miami Law to Launch an LL.M. Program in Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law

Program to be offered in both full- and part-time varieties

The University of Miami School of Law has announced that it is launching a new LL.M program focusing on Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law.

The new program is designed for US and foreign-based law students and attorneys who counsel professionals and companies in these fields. Additionally, attorneys who are also practicing in these areas may find that the program can help them be better prepared to address emerging and novel issues in the fields.

The program will have three different tracks, covering entertainment law, arts law, and sports law. Students in all tracks must take courses in copyright and trademark law.

The new LL.M. program will be offered in both full- and part-time varieties. For part-time study, students must complete the degree within five years.

To apply for the LL.M. in Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law, an interview will be required. The program is set to start in August; applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program is at capacity.

For more information, please see the Miami Law news story announcing the launch of the LL.M. in Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law. You can read more about the law school by visiting Miami Law's full profile on LLM GUIDE.

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