Venue: International Training Centre, National Law School of India University, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru
Date: 5th – 10th October, 2015
About the Course:
Sports Law is not an isolated branch of law, rather it is a multidimensional law sourced from international and national regulations with elements from constitutional law, contract law, intellectual property law, competition law, insurance law inter alia. The course aims to present a consolidated structure of Sports Law in India, in theory as well as in applied form.
Who will benefit from this course?
Lawyers and students with career aspirations in Sports Law
Sports Industry Professionals
Representatives of Governing Bodies.
Academician interested in Sports Law Course
Sports Organisations & Governance
Constitutional Law: Issues & Implications in sports
Public-Private-People Relationship in Sports: Policy Issues
Contract Management and Risk Insulation in Sports
Sports and Intellectual Property Rights
Broadcasting and Media Rights in Sports
Sports and Relevance of Competition Law
Issues of Criminal Liability in Sports
Medicine and Legal Liability in Sports
Sports and Insurance Law
Sports Persons – Ads, Endorsements and Marketing: Legal Issues and Implications
Registration Fee – INR 11,400/-