Students working within the Center for Law and Sporst have unique opportunities to gain valuable legal and business experience by participating in a sports law internship with a sports organization or university athletic department. The internship may qualify for law school course credit and may satisfy the law school’s Skills requirement. In order for the student to receive course credit, the internship must be pre-approved by the program director.
Past and present Internship sponsors include:
- ATP Tennis International Headquarters
- Boston University Athletic Dept.
- Clemson University Athletic Dept.
- Florida Atlantic University Athletic Dept.
- Florida High School Athletic Association
- Iowa State University Athletic Dept.
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Jacksonville University Athletic Dept.
- Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA)
- North Carolina State University Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes
- PGA Tour
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Temple University Athletic Dept.
- Texas Christian University Athletic Dept.
- United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)
- University of Florida Athletic Dept.
- University of Georgia Athletic Dept.
- University of Illinois – Chicago Athletic Dept.
- University of North Florida Athletic Dept.
- Washington Nationals
Photo - Dru Boyer (middle) with UNF Compliance Coordinator Maurice Graham (left) and UNF Director of Compliance Michelle Bronner (right).
Photo - Deanna Coates (middle) with Julia O'Neal, Exec. Asst. to General Counsel/COO (left), and Roxanne Kosarzycki, General Counsel (right), of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Photo - Jessica Demuth (front) with the PGA Tour legal dept.
Photo - Matt Hunt with Assoc. AD/Compliance Donna Kirk (left) and Compliance Asst. Stephanie Garland (right) at Jacksonville University.
Photo - Joshua Kane '07, LPGA Asst. Attorney, with LPGA General Counsel Jill Pilgrim (left) and LPGA Deputy Commissioner Libba Galloway (right).
Photo - Mara Hanley (middle) with Clemson AD Terry Don Phillips and Katie Hill, Sr. Assoc. AD.
Photo - Tiffany Meeks and Rob Riva (far right) with Travis Tygart, CEO of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)