Oregon Summer Sports Law Institute Curriculum

July 5 - August 5, 2022


From economics to regulation, race and gender to intellectual property, the Oregon Summer Sports Law Institute offers a broad range of sports law topics.

The UO Summer Sports Law Institute’s comprehensive curriculum introduces aspiring sports lawyers to a broad range of legal topics relevant to the practice of sports law. The Institute features a unique mix of classes, lectures, and career panels, each led by experts in their respective fields.

During the rigorous five-week program, students immerse themselves in the wide world of sports law theory and practice. The World Championships are in Eugene, Oregon, during July 2022. 190+ countries and 2,000 athletes will be participating.

The 2022 Summer Sports Law Institute will be taught remotely. 

Sport photos collage, Puddles with a football in mouth, women's basketball players cheering from the sideline, crowd holding O R E G O N letters in stadium, Men's football quarterback fixing glove

Introduction

The Institute curriculum consists of 6 credit hours of instruction.

Students attend two 2-hour class sessions each day, 9:30–11:20 am and 1:30–3:20 pm.

Students who are unable to stay for the entire program may make other arrangements to sit for the exam with the approval of the program director.


OSSLI 2022 Syllabus