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Online training in sports law now available
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04 Apr 2024 / sport law Print

Online training in sports law now available

The Academy of Leadership Sciences Switzerland (ALSS) is accepting applications for its next online course on sports law.

The course is taught by sports lawyers such as:

  • Andrea Sherpa-Zimmermann,
  • Omar Ongaro,
  • Gianpaolo Monteneri,
  • Jaime Cambreleng Contreras, and
  • Anna Smirnova.

As a professional-development course, it will suit those already working in, or aspiring to enter the sports industry, including:

  • Sports administrators,
  • Lawyers,
  • Sports agents or intermediaries, and
  • Current and former athletes.

The course covers:

  • Sports law,
  • Sports governing bodies,
  • Sports governance,
  • Anti-doping, dispute resolution,
  • Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), and other topics.

Two hours weekly

The course starts on 14 May and lasts for four weeks, with a two-hour weekly commitment.

The language of delivery is English and the format is 100% online.

The course fee is CHF 790 with an early-bird 20% discount for applicants before 14 April.

To register,  send an email to: info@alss-edu.ch.

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