Due to the growing need for lawyers with specific expertise in these areas, we have designed a unique set of curricular offerings in our new LL.M. in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law.

On March 2, 2016 from 6-7 p.m., EST we will host a live online chat to discuss and answer questions about this new LL.M. degree.

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Who Should Participate in This Chat?

• Attorneys counseling professionals and companies in these fields
• Lawyers who wish better address emerging issues in these areas such as equity investment, public-private conduct and regulatory compliance, which have taken on centrality in these areas.
• Law Students - U.S. and foreign and prospective

Program Snapshot:

• 24 credits: Full-time or Part-time
• Hands-on Practicum
• Joint J.D./LL.M.
• 3 Study Track Options: Entertainment Law, Arts Law, Sports Law
• Law Students - U.S. and foreign and prospective

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PROFESSORS ON THE CHAT

Harold Flegelman

Director, Harold Flegelman joined Miami Law from the L.A. office of Loeb and Loeb LLP where he was a partner and Co-Chair of the Corporate Media and Entertainment Practice Group.

Stephen Urice

Stephen Urice, preeminent legal authority in art and museum law, and co-author of the standard art law casebook Law, Ethics and the Visual Arts.

Peter Carfagna

Peter Carfagna, Chairman/CEO of Magis, LLC, a sports marketing, management and investment company, and former Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel of International Management Group (IMG).

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