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Persons who have taken Player Accountability & Corporate Social Responsibility in Gaming Law may also be interested in the following courses (click on the catalog code link to see a list of upcoming course sections):

Introduction to Gaming Law and Regulation

AGREEMENT: UNLV's Boyd School of Law (LAW) has partnered with DEO to process registrations for participants in its Executive Education program. DEO will process registrations for LAW via web, phone, fax, mail, and in person at the DEO Information Desk and depost revenue in a specified LAW budget account. DEO will issue certificates of completion and will enroll students in appropriate UNLVGO classes. DEO will retain a $70 per person per program administrative fee for this service. MOU on file. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to the law of gambling and commercial gaming. Areas of study include determining whether an act is gambling, public policy and criminal/regulatory approaches to regulated gambling, how state governments address legal gambling's social harms, and the federal government's role in gaming regulation. The course also will cover private law issues in gambling, such as contracts and the enforcement of judgments. This class's learning objective is to understand the different approaches that jurisdictions worldwide have adopted to regulate the critical areas of land-based casinos. This includes the structure of their regulatory bodies, what games they permit, who must obtain a gaming license, how they implement and set taxes, who and how they exclude persons from the casino, and how they deal with advantage players. From these, the student will explore and understand whether these various approaches were based on politics, history, religion, public policy, or otherwise. The students should understand the best regulatory practices. Topics in regulated gambling include regulatory organization, licensing, taxation, auditing, enforcement, disciplinary actions, cheating, advantage play, and exclusion rights. Each module will discuss in depth an aspect of gaming regulation. All documentation for this program can be found on the shared drive: X:\Groups\Ed Outreach\CDS\Common\Registration Services\Law School POINT OF CONTACT: Sarah Gonzales Director of Graduate Programs William S. Boyd School of Law Email: sarah.gonzales@unlv.edu Phone: 702-895-3654

Casino Operations and the Law

AGREEMENT: UNLV's Boyd School of Law (LAW) has partnered with DEO to process registrations for participants in its Executive Education program. DEO will process registrations for LAW via web, phone, fax, mail, and in person at the DEO Information Desk and depost revenue in a specified LAW budget account. DEO will issue certificates of completion and will enroll students in appropriate UNLVGO classes. DEO will retain a $70 per person per program administrative fee for this service. MOU on file. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will go over a basic understanding of gaming law and the regulatory schemes used by gaming operators, manufacturers, distributors and vendors. This course will focus on understanding gaming business and operations from the operator and consumer perspective, and will go over the myriad of legal and practical issues faced by businesses, executives, board of directors, and legal counsel (in-house and outside) face on a daily basis. All documentation for this program can be found on the shared drive: X:\Groups\Ed Outreach\CDS\Common\Registration Services\Law School POINT OF CONTACT: Sarah Gonzales Director of Graduate Programs William S. Boyd School of Law Email: sarah.gonzales@unlv.edu Phone: 702-895-3654

Introduction to Indian Gaming Law

AGREEMENT: UNLV's Boyd School of Law (LAW) has partnered with DEO to process registrations for participants in its Executive Education program. DEO will process registrations for LAW via web, phone, fax, mail, and in person at the DEO Information Desk and depost revenue in a specified LAW budget account. DEO will issue certificates of completion and will enroll students in appropriate UNLVGO classes. DEO will retain a $70 per person per program administrative fee for this service. MOU on file. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course will cover statutes, regulations, and case law pertaining to Indian gaming issues, with particular focus on the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 (IGRA) and its interpretation. Participants will learn about Indian gaming's origins and policy goals, how tribal gaming is regulated, and the tribal-state compacting process required for casino-style gaming. All documentation for this program can be found on the shared drive: X:\Groups\Ed Outreach\CDS\Common\Registration Services\Law School POINT OF CONTACT: Sarah Gonzales Director of Graduate Programs William S. Boyd School of Law Email: sarah.gonzales@unlv.edu Phone: 702-895-3654

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