CAS International Sports Law

Duration 1 semester
Degree Certificate of Advanced Studies UZH in International Sports Law (19 ECTS)
Target Audience The CAS Program International Sports Law is primarily geared towards lawyers seeking to acquire deeper knowledge in legal and business aspects of international sports. The CAS is conducted entirely in English.
Fees CHF 9500.-, including costs for course materials, examination fees as
well as a block seminar
Website www.llm.uzh.ch
Information Universität Zürich, LL.M.-Lehrgang Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht
Hirschengraben 56, 8001 Zürich
Phone +41 (0)44 634 48 90
E-mail info@llm.uzh.ch
Description This CAS offers an advanced education in international Sports Law. The Course provides an economic and legal insight into sports organizations. It analyzes how sport organizations operate and integrate on a national and international level. Participants will also focus on topics such as sport events, sport contract law and the resolution of sportsrelated disputes and arbitration. The second part deals with the question of how the organised sports tackle the current challenges of doping, illegal betting, gaming manipulation and corruption, that are endangering the fundamental principles of sporting competition, such as doping, illegal betting, e.g., gaming manipulation, and corruption in the sport.
The CAS can also be attended as a specialization within the framework of an LL.M. International Business Law.
Dates
September 2019 (starts every 2 years)

Registration Deadline: May 31, 2019. Non-swiss or non-EU residents should submit their application as early as possible, as the visa process can take up to 6 months.