Entertainment Law

In recognition of mastery in their studies of sports law or entertainment law, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law students can earn a sports law certificate or an entertainment law certificate (or both).  A UNH Franklin Pierce certificate in sports law or entertainment law is a valuable resource for our students when they interview with sports and entertainment law employers.  The certificate signifies the student is ready to practice in the sports or entertainment law fields and demonstrates the potential for excellence as a sports lawyer or entertainment lawyer.

Entertainment Law Certificate (15 credits)

Core Courses*

  • Entertainment Law
  • Intellectual Property Issues in Sports & Entertainment Law

Other courses taken to total 15 credits*

  • Advertising Law
  • Antitrust Law
  • Contract Design
  • Copyright & Trademark Litigation Strategies
  • Copyright Law
  • Copyright Licensing
  • Defamation Law & Litigation
  • Dispute Resolution
  • e-Commerce & the Law
  • Employment Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Film/Television Law
  • First Amendment Law
  • Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Law
  • Immigration Law
  • In-House Counsel
  • Intellectual Property Management
  • International Entertainment Law
  • Internet Law
  • Law Practice Management
  • Music Law
  • Privacy Law
  • Social Media & the Law
  • Trademarks & Deceptive Practices
  • Videogaming/Internet Law
  • A specially approved graduate course in another UNH school
  • At the discretion of the entertainment law certificate director (Professor Roberts), credit toward the certificate might be awarded for relevant legal residencies, externships and independent projects.
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