The programs may well be excellent, but the chance of actually getting a job in sports law is minuscule. Sports/Entertainment/International Human Rights law are the law school equivalents of saying you want to be a princess or an astronaut when you grow up.
Entertainment law is much more viable than the other two, admittedly..But the jobs are still scarce.
I would have thought jobs in human rights law wouldn't be that scarce because there isn't as much $$ in it as in the other two or corporate law.
if you want to work in sports law, your network will help you a thousand times more than a sports law "program."