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Course Description

Sports law is a hybrid area of law mixing contract law, tort law, agency law, criminal law, and entertainment law. The areas of study in this program include sports agents, contracts, torts related to sports, crimes related to sports, Title IX and women’s issues in general, disabilities and sports, the effect of drugs in sports, labor issues, alternative dispute resolution in sports, and international sports issues.

This certificate is comprised of 3 required courses, and one Elective:

  1. Sports Law
  2. Media & Entertainment Law
  3. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  4. Elective (please choose one):
    1. E-Discovery
    2. Legal Ethics
    3. Laws of Evidence
    4. Advanced Legal Research

Notes

Graduates of the Duke Paralegal Certificate Program and Duke Paralegal Online Certificate Program are eligible to receive a $800 discount on each specialist certificate course. To take advantage of this discount, please register by calling the Duke Continuing Studies Registration Office at 1-866-338-3853.

Tuition must be paid in full before a student can start the program. Books are purchased separately and range between $45 and $160 per book. When registration is complete, the student will receive an email containing a username and password to the program's website, information on purchasing textbooks, and instructor and support contact information.

Prerequisites

A degree or certificate in paralegal studies is required OR a bachelor's or associate's degree in any field AND a minimum of three years work experience as a paralegal under the direct supervision of an attorney.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Sports Law - Paralegal Specialist Certificate
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fees
Tuition non-credit $2,395.00
Section Notes

A degree or certificate in paralegal studies is required OR a bachelor's or associate's degree in any field AND a minimum of three years work experience as a paralegal under the direct supervision of an attorney.

Students have six months to complete this online course.

Please note that there are no refunds for online courses.