On Oct. 7 the College of Entertainment and Music Business successfully held its first Entertainment Law Clinic in partnership with the Tennessee Bar Association and Tennessee Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts. The clinic was held to teach professionalism and the importance of receiving legal counsel in the arts, while providing cost-free legal help for Belmont students. Nearly 20students had the opportunity to meet with volunteer attorneys who answered arts/entertainment business related legal questions. Pictured from left to right: Casey Gill Summar, director of TN Volunteer Lawyers & Professionals for the Arts; Chris Vlahos, chair of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Entertainment & Sports Law Section; Cheryl L. Slay, faculty advisor for the clinic; and Provost Marcia McDonald.
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