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University of Miami
Washington & Lee University
University of South Carolina
I want to be an agent so Tulane is my first choice followed by Duke.
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Thanks for your information. I will be applying to Law Schools this fall and I am also interested in Sports Law. I am certainly familiar with the programs at Marquette and Tulane, but with all due respect, what is your basis for naming the other schools you have named? I have been able to find very little information to indicate what schools are strong in this area. Many schools offer a single Sports Law class and may have a Sports & Entertainment Society, but that is about it. I would appreciate any additional information you can provide on the schools you have named. Thanks.
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It is in Los Angeles and has something like 40 courses just in different Entertainment Law.
It is a lesser known school but that could produce scholarships/grants with strong numbers. Also I have yet to find at any other law school with this many courses in Entertainment Law.
If anyone else does please let me know!
Just another option to think about
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I'm torn between Wash. and Lee, which has a great sports program, and UGA, which is in an area better suited to make good sports connections. I really need to investigate this more. Anybody else have any thoughts?
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in all honesty, if you dont have connections in already, you need to go to the school that has the best "rep" and is located where all the "industry" work is done and network the shit out of the city..........thats why i would go to Miami for sports, the school produces some of the best athletes and has great alumni
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From what I've heard, strength-programs aren't really important. Unless you're talking very regional. I don't know about east coast ent. law programs. I just know west coast stuff, and it's basically
Those are the schools that boast "amazing entertainment law opportunities". However, unless you plan on pursuing entertainment law in Los Angeles, I don't think it means much (USC and UCLA will obviously retain quite a bit of value outside the region, naturally).
What I've heard from most lawyers is this: Law School is Law School. Everyone takes the same basic chunk of classes, so specialization is certainly sometime to add flavor, but overall, it's better to just go to the highest ranked school you can, as long as it's still a good fit for you personally; and then do crazy-well, and network as much as possible.
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