Entertainment Legal Clinic Offers Students Experience, Support

Group photo at clinic

The College of Entertainment and Music Business (CEMB), in partnership with the Tennessee Arts and Business Council, conducted its annual Entertainment Legal & Professionalism Clinic. Originally implemented in 2009, the clinic was developed to expose Belmont students to the practice of professionalism while serving entertainment industry legal needs at no cost to participating students.  

This year’s clinic was staffed by CEMB adjunct faculty member Eric Griffin, Director of Legal Services for the Arts and Business Council Jessie Harbison, clinic founder and Associate Dean of CEMB Cheryl Carr, and Belmont Law students Jack Grant, Jake Layne and Raven Lockwood.