Written by William D. Henslee, an experienced entertainment lawyer and law professor, this book will help students and attorneys:
- Gain an overview of the substantive law areas included in entertainment law, from intellectual property and litigation to contract negotiations and estate planning.
- Understand the pros and cons of specializing in entertainment law.
- Learn about the career trajectories available in four major entertainment genres: music, theater, film and television.
- Get the academic and work experience needed to succeed in this specialty.
- Understand the day-to-day realities of working as an entertainment lawyer.
Henslee, a professor of law at Florida A&M University College of Law, is also the co-author of the ABA’s “Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers.”
Title: “Entertainment Careers for Lawyers, Third Edition”
Publisher: ABA Law Practice Division (co-sponsored by the ABA Law Student Division and the ABA Forum on Entertainment and Sports Industries)
Product Code: 5110769
Size: 6 x 9
Orders: 800-285-2221 or www.ShopABA.org
Editor’s note: Review copies are available by sending an email to Lindsay Dawson at Lindsay.Dawson@americanbar.org. If you publish a review of this book, please send tear sheets or a copy for our files to Lindsay Dawson, American Bar Association, Book Publishing, 321 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60654.
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