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Entertainment and Music Business Law Certificate

Students who wish to engage in this unique area of law practice can benefit from the array of courses this program offers. Entertainment Law explores legal and business issues relevant to film, multimedia, music, publishing, radio, sports, television, theatre, and visual arts. Music business is a course of study pioneered at Belmont University and a significant industry in Nashville.

Requirements


Requirement One
Students must earn 3.0 cumulative GPA in:

  1. Contracts and Sales
  2. Business Associations
  3. Intellectual Property, Copyright Law or Trademark Law

Requirement Two
Students must successfully complete:

  1. Entertainment Law
  2. Entertainment Law Practicum
  3. Intellectual Property, Copyright Law or Trademark Law

Requirement Three
Students must successfully complete at least eight additional credit hours of Entertainment and Music Business Law electives. Qualifying electives will be announced prior to registration each semester.

Requirement Four
Students must successfully complete an upper-level rigorous writing requirement, or a note on an entertainment and music business law topic written for a Belmont University College of Law approved journal.

 

Contact the Director of Music and Entertainment Law Studies

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    Loren Mulraine
    Professor of Law & Director of Music and Entertainment Law Studies
    B.A., University of Maryland, College Park; J.D., Howard University School of Law
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