The Entertainment Fellowship Program is a unique partnership program between Loyola and top Hollywood studios and law firms designed to create a pipeline of highly qualified, ready-to-perform lawyers by training the next generation of leaders in the entertainment industry.
The Entertainment Fellowship Program provides students with a broad understanding of issues and opportunities facing Hollywood and the technical skills to excel as future lawyers. Entertainment Law Fellows are selected based on academic performance and experiential qualifications.
Selected students are paired with an industry mentor at the start of their first academic year. Entertainment Fellows will meet regularly with their industry mentors to discuss trends in the industry and solicit advice as they progress through law school.
Loyola and industry partners work closely throughout a fellow’s Loyola academic career to ensure each student gains a strong foundation in relevant and innovative areas of the law, as well as entertainment industry experience and mentorship.
The first-year engagement with faculty mentorship, industry mentorship, unique networking opportunities, and specialized training aims to prepare students to meet the needs of their entertainment law-related placements.
Students must have an LSAT at the top quarter of Loyola’s admit class (160 or above) and must submit the following:
- Statement of Interest (1 page explaining your interest in Entertainment Law and any prior experience pertaining to Entertainment Law)
The deadline to apply is TBD.