Oregon Summer Sports Law Institute Academics

The UO Summer Sports Law Institute emphasizes the intellectual breadth of sports law. Our goal is a truly immersive experience that is both fun and rigorous.

Students take classes in:

  • Antitrust
  • Labor law
  • IP
  • Title IX
  • NCAA compliance
  • International sports arbitration
  • Torts & criminal law

We invite an impressive slate of sports lawyers, agents, regulators, athletes, judges, and more to discuss their careers and comment on current events in sports law. If you’re looking to build a network of friends and mentors, there’s no place better.


The Institute curriculum consists of 6 credit hours of instruction.

Two 2-hour class sessions each day:

  1. 9:30a.m.–11:20 am
  2. 1:30 p.m.–3:20 p.m.

There will be a take-home final exam.