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Dubrovnik – Sports & Entertainment Law

Description

ELSA Croatia would like to invite you to its first Winter ELSA Law School on Sports and Entertainment Law that will be held in Dubrovnik, the most magical city in Croatia. 

The entertainers and superstars whom we love to watch on television and the big screen often have a team of lawyers behind the scenes negotiating deals and resolving disputes. Due to its dynamic nature entertainment law encompasses a wide variety of legal fields which you will have opportunity to learn with our phenomenal lecturers. Sports law might involve issues that relate to professional or Olympic athletes, it also relates to laws that govern youth and amateur sports. 

Jutting out into the Adriatic Sea with a backdrop of rugged limestone mountains, Dubrovnik Old Town is known as one of the world's finest and most perfectly preserved medieval cities in the world. This worldwide known city was the main filming location in Croatia for King’s Landing, a fictional city in Game of Thrones, the famous television series based on the series of fantasy novels “A Song of Ice and Fire” and distributed by HBO. For those who have seen the series and are passionate about it, a visit to Dubrovnik will become a beautiful déjà vu because of the way in which it was so well integrated into the setting of the series.

If all this sounds interesting for you, ELSA Croatia is here to answer your questions anytime. 

We are happily awaiting for your applications.

Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 350€
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
ELSA Alumni - 385€
Member of a partner organisation- 400€
Non - ELSA member - 420€
Maximum extra fees
Gala Ball - 50€
Two-way airport/bus station/train station transfer - 30€
Extra night - 45€
WELS T-shirt -15€
WELS hoodie - 30€
Where?
Dubrovnik, Croatia
Accommodation
Valamar ARGOSY Hotel, Dubrovnik
Number of participants
35
Date of arrival
08/03/2020
Date of departure
15/03/2020
Academic Partner
Faculty of Law, University of Split; Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka; Croatian Association for Sports Law
Academic Programme

The academic programme includes 25 hours of lectures and workshops focusing on the main aspects of Sports & Entertainment Law.

Main focus will be on the following subjects:

  • Introduction to sports law;
  • Relationship between sports, global politics and the law;
  • Licensing sports media rights and dealing with piracy;
  • Different approaches to anti-doping regimes;
  • Sports marketing agreements and data managing;
  • The impact of insurance on domestic and international sport;
  • Introduction to entertainment law;
  • Entertainment Contracts;
  • Intellectual Property and copyright;
  • Freedom of information, internet and privacy;
  • Trademark Law and Trade Secret Law;
  • Patent Law.
Contact
seminarsconferences@hr.elsa.org
Apply here