Entertainment & New Media Law Specialization
Loyola takes advantage of its prime location in Los Angeles to offer students a broad spectrum of courses taught by top faculty and industry leaders. From protecting creative content, to negotiating deals with performers, distributors, and studios, the law is a part of the enterainment business. Loyola's Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) with a specialization in Entertainment & Media Law can teach you what you need to be valuable and savvy in this industry.
The MLS program can be completed in two years of two years, part-time. Loyola offers evening courses as well as traditional day courses to provide greater flexibility for your schedule and lifestyle. The MLS Entertainment & New Media Law Specialization offers a great breadth and depth of courses to meet the needs of emerging and mid-career professionals across the industry.
The Entertainment & New Media Law Specialization will be recognized upon the satisfactory completion of 17 units of coursework in addition to the first-year course in Contracts and Legal Methods I and II. These units consist of 10 units of required courses, and 7 units of electives.
- Business Associations (4 units)
- Contracts (5 units)
- Copyright Law (3 units)
- Entertainment Law (3 units)
- Legal Methods I (2 units)
- Legal Methods II (2 units)
- Art and the Law Seminar (2 units)
- Business Immigration Law (4 units)
- Comparative Copyright Law
- Digital Media & the Law
- First Amendment Seminar
- International Entertainment Law (2 units)
- Motion Picture Production & Finance Seminar (3 units)
- Music Law (2 units)
- Reality TV & New Media Production and Distribution (2 units)
- Sports Law (2 units)
- Tax Strategies for the Digital Age (2 units)
- Television Programming & Finance Seminar ( 2 units)
- Trade Secret Law (2 units)
- Torts II (3 units)