VLS’s New Sports Law Institute Gives Students Opportunities in Sports, Law and Business
April 25, 2011
SOUTH ROYALTON, VT -- Vermont Law School has established a Sports Law Institute (SLI) to prepare students for the growing opportunities at the intersection of sports, law and business.
The SLI's deputy director is Associate Professor Brian Porto, who has written about legal issues in sports for more than two decades.
The SLI's launching further broadens the curriculum and experiential learning opportunities at VLS, whose environmental law, international law, dispute resolution and other public-service oriented programs are nationally recognized for excellence.
The SLI serves as an educational, research and professional vehicle for exploring connections between law and sports. The institute engages in original research, promotes experiential learning and employment opportunities for VLS students and alumni and connects the VLS community with academic and professional sports law activities. The SLI also provides cutting-edge commentary on some of the biggest controversies in sports law.
More information is available at: www.vermontlaw.edu/sportslaw
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