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Sports Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.)

As far back as the early 1980s, the first research group in Germany with a focus on sports law was established at the University of Bayreuth. This is because an increasingly professional sports sector requires a focus in the training of lawyers. In addition to questions of club and association law, criminal law in sport, constitutional law, liability and procedural law, marketing law, labour and revenue law, international law (European law and international contract law), copyright law, media law, competition law and cartel law, the question of sports jurisdiction (and arbitration) has come to the fore, and not just since the "Pechstein trial".

 Choose an attractive, successful and future-oriented study concept at the birthplace of sports economics and the cradle of structured university education in sports law. You will be paving your way to a successful career in sports law.

Prof. Dr. Peter W. Heermann
Scientific Director LL.M. Sports Law

This degree programme is taught in German.

Good knowledge of German is an essential prerequisite to successfully completing the degree programme. Proof of German language proficiency at B2 level or equivalent is required for admission.

Any further questions? Seek out your Academic Advisor.

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Stefan TselegidisYour contact for LL.M. Sports Law

Head of Network Management
Sport Management Academy Bayreuth

Phone: +49 (0)921 / 16 39 25 22
Mobile: +49 (0)160 / 91 11 07 51
E-Mail: stefan.tselegidis@sma-bayreuth.de

Have we aroused your interest? You can find all the information on LL.M. Sports Law on the continuing education programme website.

An offering of the University of Bayreuth’s
Campus Academy

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