Entertainment Law Concentration
Entertainment attorneys are typically transactional lawyers or litigation lawyers. However, some entertainment lawyers may practice both.
For this reason, the Entertainment & Media Law Institute has created two tracks for the Entertainment Law Concentration:
- Entertainment Law - Transactional
- Entertainment Law - Litigation
Both tracks require a student to complete four (4) core courses and an experiential component.
Entertainment law is not its own area or practice of law. Rather, it is a sum of various areas of law that are relevant to the entertainment industry, i.e. intellectual property, labor and employment, international, immigration, taxation, and business law.
A student who successfully completes the Entertainment Law Concentration requirements will have this specialization reflected on their final transcript.