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TEACHING LEGAL ASPECTS OF SPORT 18 TH MAY 2005 HEADINGLEY - LEEDS. Simon Gardiner Middlesex University Griffith University Asser Instituut. DESIGN & DELIVERY OF AN INTERNATIONAL LLM/MA IN SPORTS LAW. (OR SPORT AND THE LAW)?. Development Issues. Why develop PG qualification?

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teaching legal aspects of sport 18 th may 2005 headingley leeds

TEACHING LEGAL ASPECTS OF SPORT18TH MAY 2005HEADINGLEY - LEEDS

Simon Gardiner

Middlesex University

Griffith University

Asser Instituut

development issues
Development Issues
  • Why develop PG qualification?
  • What is market for LLM/MA?
  • Why ‘International’ emphasis?
mode of delivery
Mode of Delivery
  • Traditional v Flexible Learning
  • Use of on-line instruments
  • Teaching blocks
areas of sports law
Areas of Sports Law
  • Amateur v professional sport
  • Social v business areas
  • Black letter v contextual
grifffith master of international sports law
Grifffith Master of International Sports Law

Awarded after the successful completion of eight courses including the six core subjects:

  • Risk Management & the Sport Environment;
  • Regulation & Settlement of Sport Disputes;
  • Sport Culture, Policy & Regulation;
  • Marketing, Sponsorship & IP Rights;
  • Sport Business Environment;
  • Employment Relations in Sport.
options
Options
  • Dissertation or/and
  • Financial Management in Sport
  • Strategic Management in Sports Organisations
  • Sport Media
  • Sport Event Management
international emphasis
International emphasis
  • Reflects the reality of modern sport
  • Comparative analysis
  • Creates more insightful and ‘mobile’ graduates
materials
Materials
  • Web based – numerous
  • Books – e.g. Sports Law (Cavendish) 3rd ed August 2005!
  • Journals
linkage to other sports related disciplines
Linkage to other sports-related disciplines
  • Sports management
  • Sports ethics
  • Sports medicine
links with industry
Links with Industry
  • Expert speakers
  • Networking
  • Post-graduation interface with Industry