All in Music Law
If you could spend fifty dollars and better understand the most common—and important—documents in the game, would you? An entertainment attorney with over twenty years of experience in the industry, is making just such an offer with his latest book: The 11 Contracts That Every Artist, Songwriter, and Producer Should Know. Join BESLS as we host Steve Gordon Esq. for this special event where he will speak about his experience in the entertainment industry and share ideas from his new book.
On Tuesday November 15, BESLS held a reception at Brooklyn Law School to honor the top women in the sports, entertainment and fashion law industries.
BESLS presents a music law panel featuring not only the attorneys who represent artists and musicians, but also the manager, agent and business manager who allow the artist to focus on their art.
Join BESLS will honor prominent women attorneys, agents, producers, law students & professors, and other figures at the top of their field who serve as role models for the next generation of legal and industry professionals to follow in their footsteps.
Today, Brooklyn Law School was featured in Billboard Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Law Schools That Teach Real-Life Music Issues.”
By Alexander Loveyko
Read about key issues and cases that captured the attention of law students at the recent lecture given by the Executive Director of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts on various aspects of licensing in the music industry.
BET is seeking 30-40 extras to appear in a new TV show they are filming in the Moot Court room, right here at Brooklyn Law School. Find out more about how to get involved!
BLS Professor Vernon Brown moderates a panel with Cash Money Records and their leadership, Bryan "Birdman" or "Baby" Williams and Ronald "Slim" Williams.
BESLS presented an evening of panelists from all areas of the music industry. Students and alumni mixed and mingled with attorneys from Youtube, Spotify, SoundCloud, and of course, there was mad beats.