Course Information

Course Number

207

Credits

2

Area of Study & Practice

  • Industry-Oriented Studies

Sports and the Law

Sports occupies a central place in modern society. It constitutes a significant sector in the economy and an important form of cultural expression. This course examines the legal relations among the various parties in sports at both the professional and amateur levels. Particular attention will be given to the importance given to the maintenance of competitive balance and its impact on traditional notions of competition that apply in other business settings. Contracts law, antitrust law, and labor law provide the essential core for the investigation of issues in this course. In addition, this course seeks to provide an informed perspective on the financial and business structures that define the industry.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Fall 2013
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Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Fall 2011
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Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Spring 2011
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Spring 2010
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Fall 2008
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Spring 2008
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Fall 2006

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Spring 2005

Paul H. Haagen
Sports and the Law 207.01
Spring 2003