Just about this time last year, as I was facing the world as a newly-minted 2L, I wrote my first blog article for the ABA Law Student Division. I picked a topic that I had grown up with my entire life: legalized sports betting. This past summer, I remember
Mark your calendars! The ABA Entertainment and Sports Industries is providing the perfect combination of legal knowledge, networking, and excitement with their 41st Annual conference,
If you’ve seen any advertisements for the musical Jersey Boys in New York City, chances are you’ve seen Graham Fenton, a second-year student at UCLA School of Law.
ABA Legal Career Central is proud to introduce #LegalCareerChat, our new twitter chat series showcasing various practice areas. The chat will debut on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 2pm ET. Our first chat guest will be David Cohen (@DavidCohenEsq), General Counsel of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A graduate of California Western School
Las Vegas will be the place to be if you're interested in trying your hand at sports and entertainment law. That's because the ABA Forum on Sports and Entertainment Law is heading to the desert from Oct. 6-8 for its annual meeting. Law students can register for
Most rising 2Ls and 3Ls interested in film or television entertainment law go for the most coveted business and legal internships in the U.S. – like with Disney, Lionsgate, or MGM. But this summer, I worked for an independent multi-media production company in Dallas, Tx., and I would not change
Recent Nova Southeastern University–Shepard Broad College of Law graduate Udoka “Dee” Nwosu shared one piece of advice for law students wanting to blaze their own career path before graduating: “Take risks and chances, and really put yourself out there.”
Justin Timberlake (pictured) might not be taking your photo at the Grammy Awards. Or maybe he could if you win this year's 8th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition, co-sponsored by the ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries