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California State University, Long Beach
Graduate Program in Sports Management



- M.A. Sport Management


- Long Beach, CA


- 18 months/36 credits


- $18,900

Required GPA

- minimum 2.75

Admission Requirements

- Statement of Purpose
- Three reference forms
- Resume
- Proof of GRE scores: minimum 145 quantitative, 145 verbal, 3.5 analytical


- 9 credits
- Minimum 500 contact hours

- Over 400 affiliations



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Peter Perkowski






Peter Perkowski is a partner in the international law firm of Winston & Strawn LLP, where he focuses his practice on intellectual property, sports and entertainment litigation.

For over fifteen years, Peter has represented companies and individuals in a wide range of patent, trademark, publicity rights, false advertising, and unfair competition matters. His significant cases include copyright disputes related to the James Bond and Spider-Man movie franchises and the Reginald Denny beating video; trade secret disputes between competitors in the sports-apparel and video-game-programming industries; and disputes involving television and film contracts. He was also a member of the Disney trial team in Katzenberg v. Disney, a well-publicized dispute involving the valuation of some of Disney’s best-known intellectual property. He has appeared in litigation matters for the ownership group of a local baseball franchise, and has been consulted on publicity-rights matters involving Olympic athletes and other celebrities and on a trademark matter for a local professional soccer team.

Peter received his B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Rochester in New York, and his law degree from George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. He is also a graduate of the GPSM program, receiving his M.A. in Kinesiology in 2011 as a member of LT17. He teaches the Legal & Ethical Issues in Sport course with Rich Foster.