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The Sports Law & Business Program Student Organization consists of faculty, staff and JD students. Students gain invaluable opportunities for leadership, networking, and interaction with sports industry professionals. Any member can apply to be on the board and actively participate in organization of events and other extra-curricular activities.
Students can compete in sports law and sports business competitions across the country; and some competitions include:
Students are invited to participate in sports writing competitions where some offer valuable prizes.
The Sports and Entertainment Law Journal is the premier legal periodical for scholars from the sport and entertainment industries to discuss current issues in both sports and entertainment.
The Sports & Entertainment Law Students Association is a JD-oriented club that works to establish a reputable curriculum in the area of sports law, brings in guest speakers to give students opportunities to understand the many possible work options in this field, and organizes multiple networking events.
The Allan “Bud” Selig Scholars Program is a merit-based scholarship offered to admitted and current students in the Master of Sports Law & Business Program. Selig Scholars are expected to demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and a true passion for the societal impact of sport.
The MSLB Graduate Assistantship Program with Sun Devil Athletics is an immersive work experience offered to admitted and current students.
If you are a current student, click here to learn more.
The Beus Center for Law and Society is a prime location for hosting events where students can engage with the legal and professional community.
Past events open to current and prospective students:
Past industry speakers include: