Law school graduates and lawyers routinely apply an LL.M. to gain expertise in a specialized area of law, such as tax law or international law, or to move from one practice area into another.
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LLM Degree in Sports Law in Spain
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea’s Master in Sports Law, LLM is aimed at law graduates from all around the world who want to develop their professional careers in the field of international sports law. [+]
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea’s Master in Sports Law, LLM is aimed at law graduates from all around the world who want to develop their professional careers in the field of international sports law.
The program offers students a solid knowledge of the organization of sports, their rules and regulations and their dispute resolution mechanisms.
The program allows students to acquire the necessary knowledge to work in international federations, law firms, sports clubs, professional leagues, anti-doping organizations and sports representation agencies.
The Master in Sports Law LLM, developed by a committee of experts, is structured in such a way as to allow the student to gradually immerse themselves in the sports law world, starting with a general overview of international sports institutions and their rules and regulations before moving towards more detailed study of specific issues surrounding sports law.... [-]