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The Brooklyn Entertainment & Sports Law Society (BESLS) blog features interviews with various attorneys, legal organizations, unions, producers, artists, and athletes working in the fields of entertainment and sports law. The blog is curated from submissions on topics chosen and written by law students from our general body of members focusing on the various topics of law that our society covers. Our primary areas of law include, but are not limited to, music, fashion, film & television, and sports law. We are interested in submissions that serve as explorations of trends and new developments in entertainment law as well as highlights on key players in the industry.

If you are published on the BESLS blog, you will have a permanent public article link to share with colleagues and prospective employers. Sharing your innovative thoughts and ideas is a fantastic way to stand out in the intensely competitive entertainment industry.

Please use the submission form below to pitch your ideas to our Media Chairs, Ashley Misir (ashley.misir@brooklaw.edu) and Dilyana Toteva (dilyana.toteva@brooklaw.edu), and a member of the Executive Board will be in touch shortly if you are selected for publication to the blog.


SUBMISSION FORM

 
Name *
Name
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Pitch Categories *
Check all fields that apply to your pitch.
Please write a few sentences about your pitch for blog publication. Examples include, but are not limited to, conducting an interview with a legal professional in entertainment, writing an article about the latest trends in entertainment law, attending legal-related events (including BESLS events) and recapping what you took away from it, or responses to current events in the media as they relate to entertainment and sports law. We are open to any and all ideas. The more creative the better. There is no word/page minimum or limit. However, if you are selected for publication you must be open to edits or suggestions from members of our Executive Board. Please Note: Plagiarism will not be tolerated and violates our ethical code.