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Sports Law

published October 25, 2004

Erica Winter
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This legal arena is more than just a game. Attractive to a large number of attorneys but open to only a select few, sports law is the holy grail for many practicing lawyers. How exactly do you break in? We talk to those who have to find out.
 
Sports Law

When you watch sports, do you watch the athletes, admire their strength and skill, and think to yourself: ''Wow, I wish I could do that''?

When you are watching the summer Olympics this August, and see an athlete jump thirty feet in the air with only the aid of a long pole, or do a flip with a full twist on a balance beam with no safety net, or run faster than you usually drive on local roads, will you think, ''Wow, I wish that was me''? Or, ''Ugh, I'm fatter than I thought.'' Or maybe, ''That's insane! And probably painful! I could never do that!''

Or, will you think: ''I wish I could be her lawyer.''

If it's the last one, you are not alone. In fact, many law school career services counselors say that entertainment law and sports law are the two most popular specialties among law students just starting out.

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