Spain's Esade Law School has announced the launch of a new Master in International Sports Law Practice program.
The new degree, which is set to launch this year, is aimed to help students work as either sports lawyers or legal advisors to sports organizations and sportspeople.
The program promises to offer participants a practical approach to studying sports law. Some of the course's curriculum includes modules in "Fundamentals of Sports Law and Legal Structure of Sports," "The Future of Sports," and "A Comparative Approach to Sports Law," among others.
Students will come away with a solid understanding of many legal issues that sports organizations face, including taxation in sport, regulations, and e-sports.
For more information, please see the Esade Law School news release announcing the launch of the new Master in International Sports Law Practice program.