University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

Sports and Entertainment Law Institute - Curriculum

The Sports and Entertainment Law Institute will help students gain real-world skills to obtain, and succeed in, jobs in sports and entertainment law.  Part of this process will entail advising students on course selection, with particular attention paid to matching a student’s career interests with relevant courses.

Students will have opportunities to enroll in a wide-range of core and supporting courses, including:

  • Advertising Law
     
  • College and Amateur Sports Law:  Legal Issues in Youth, NCAA and Recreational Sports
     
  • Defamation Law & Litigation
     
  • Entertainment Law
     
  • Intellectual Property Issues in Sports and Entertainment Law
     
  • International and Comparative Sports Law: Examining Law and Sports from a Global Perspective
     
  • Music Law
     
  • Pro Sports Law: The Unique Relationship between Leagues, Teams and Players
     
  • Social Media and the Law
     
  • Sports Law and Investigative Reporting
     
  • Video Game Law
     

Students will also benefit from the wide range of IP courses offered through UNH Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, including:

  • Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Law
  • Online Brand Management
  • Copyright Licensing

Read all course descriptions as they become available.