University of Pittsburgh
June 2, 2008

Pitt's Master of Studies in Law Program Offers New Concentration in Sports and Entertainment Law

Contact:  412-624-4147

PITTSBURGH-This fall, the University of Pittsburgh's School of Law will launch a new concentration in sports and entertainment law. The new concentration will allow students to study subjects in intellectual property, media law, copyright law, intellectual property licensing, telecommunications law, trademark law, antitrust, business planning, entrepreneurship and technology.

The Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program is designed for students who want to better understand law in a particular area, but do not want to become lawyers.

A student can receive a Master of Studies in Law degree within one full-time year, or four part-time years. There are 18 concentrations to choose from in the MSL program, including employment and labor law, family law, and disability law.

For more information contact Alan Meisel at 412-648-1384.