January Term 2019 • Law 610 • Credits: 1
Instructor: Robert Illig
During J-term, students who have successfully completed International Sports Law I will be able to travel abroad to Paris by registering for International Sports Law II. The travel will consist of five days of instruction and on-site meetings with notable figures in the world of international sports law. Interested students may enroll twice, once each in their 2L and 3L years. It is estimated that the trip will cost students between $3,000 and $4,000 (financial aid may be available, see Nicole Commissiong). For course details, contact Professor Illig.
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