Equine, Racing, and Gaming Concentration
With the considerable expansion of and growing interest in the international equine, racing and gaming industries, Albany Law School offers a new and comprehensive program in Equine, Racing and Gaming law, the only one of its kind in the nation.
The Saratoga Institute for Equine, Racing, and Gaming Law offers an array of courses covering equine law, racing regulations and gaming industry law, coupled with courses such as administrative, insurance, employment and tax law to prepare highly-qualified students for these burgeoning areas of law.
Specialized coursework allows our students to master complex regulatory law and administrative hearing concepts while internships and placements provide hands-on opportunities for skills practice. Students graduating from the program are poised to become industry leaders in the private sector and government agencies.
24 credits, with at least 16 credits from the following courses:
No more than 8 of the 24 credits from the following courses:
Students may choose one of the following skills course: