Belmont alumna Molly Shehan was recently made partner at the award-winning and highly regarded Music Row law firm Milom Horsnell Crow Kelly Beckett Shehan PLC (MHCKBS).
MHCKBS attorneys serve many A-list clients including Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Brett Eldridge, Emmylou Harris, Hank Williams, Jr. and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, among others.
In an article by Music Row Magazine, Mike Milom, founding partner of MHCKBS, shared that adding Shehan to the team assures the firm can continue to provide the highly personalized counsel and quick response that clients expect.
Shehan graduated in the first class of Belmont’s College of Law and received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Music Business. While at Belmont, she was the 2009 Copyright Society of the South scholarship recipient and received the John Williams Heart of Belmont Award for her community involvement.
Her experience includes interning for the Nashville Music Council for two years, interning for Congressman Jim Cooper in Washington D.C., interning at Loeb & Loeb, LLP and working as a research assistant for Belmont Professor Don Cusic.
Shehan served as the 2017/2018 Chair of the Entertainment and Sports Law Section of the Tennessee Bar Association and is a voting member of the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM). She is also a member of the Recording Academy, 2018 Grammy Next Class and has served as a panelist at the Music Biz Conference.