New online courses for UNLV executives on gaming law starting March 1

the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) launches a new website executive training Classes In gaming law and regulation from March 1 to her William S. Boyd School of Law, in partnership with global gambling operator hear.

This online training program is designed to operators, regulators, lawyers and others working in the gaming industry. These programs, mostly asynchronous, will be launched during the first and second quarters 2021 and be created and taught by instructors with decades of professional playing and teaching experience. The first classes of this program began on January 10, as Yogonet reports.

The program will eventually consist of eight classes designed to prepare professionals for the sophisticated regulatory and operational challenges facing the gaming industry. Designed to be completed more than three months, participants will be able to complete 20-25 hours of training with each course via the online portal, and faculty can choose to arrange virtual meetings as part of the online program. Participants are not required to hold a Juris Doctor (JD) degree or first degree in law must practice law in international markets in order to register.

Classes starting March 1 include:

Additional courses in development include Public Policy and Comparative Study of Gaming Laws and Regulations; and The legal and operational environment of sports betting. The program will be offered in an asynchronous format with course content available March 1. The cost is $2,500 per course.

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