Academy Requirements and Application Process
Admission to the Great Lakes Sports and Entertainment Law Academy is open for all law students attending an ABA recognized law school that have completed their first year (minimum of 28 credit hours) and are in good academic standing.
It is the applicant's responsibility to inquire at their home institution as to whether the applicant can apply credit received for participation in the GLSELA. It is also the applicant's responsibility to inquire at their home institution as to whether the applicant can receive financial aid for participation in the GLSELA.
To apply, complete the online registration form below.
The online courses begin on June 3, 2019, with course materials requiring completion by June 28 and final exams due by July 7th.
Tuition for either the sports or entertainment law 4-credit course modules is $3,900. Upon acceptance to the academy, students are required to submit a $195 nonrefundable deposit. This deposit will be credited to the cost of tuition.
To be considered for the academy, applications must be submitted no later than May 31, 2019.
Our externship program offers you the opportunity to work with and learn from industry executives in the legal fields that interest you. Externship opportunities are available to students on a competitive basis following completion of the sports or entertainment courses. The cost of the externship through the GLSLEA is dependent upon your home institution: For CWRU Law students, externships will be completed through the CWRU Law externship program at the standard cost. For non-CWRU Law students, 1 or 2-credit externships can be completed at $1,000 or $2,000. Non-CWRU Law students are responsible for ensuring their home institution will accept the externship credits.
Independent Legal Research
In addition to externships, the GLSELA offers students the opportunity to complete focused legal research on a topic of their choosing under the supervision of the GLSELA faculty. 1 or 2 additional credits will be granted to students that complete independent legal research, depending on the length of the research (10 pages, excluding footnotes, per credit). The cost of the legal research credits is $1,000 per credit. Non-CWRU Law students are responsible for ensuring their home institution will accept the legal research credits.
For questions about the program, deadlines and application process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org