L9265 Ex. Arts and Entertainment Law - Fieldwork

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Course Limitations

Instructor Pre-requisites
None

Instructor Co-requisites
None

Recommended Courses
None

Other Limitations
Admission is by instructor permission during the Externship application period - see the Social Justice Initiatives page for more information.

Learning Outcome Goals

Primary Goals

  • At the end of the course, students will have acquired an understanding of and/or facility in substantive areas of arts and entertainment law, such as copyright, trademark, music rights, licensing for television, technology licensing and book publishing.
  • At the end of the course, students will have acquired facility in various lawyering skills such as client communications (interviewing and counseling), negotiation, mediation, legal writing and research, and working collaboratively.
  • At the end of the course, students will have acquired an understanding of the concerns of newly forming arts groups, the process of becoming a nonprofit, and the alternatives (fiscal sponsorship, for-profit corp., partnership, limited partnership).

Secondary Goals

  • By the end of the course, students will have acquired an understanding of the concerns of artists and nonprofit arts institutions and the role that lawyers can play in facilitating their work.

General Information

Type: Externship
Level: Upperclass
Additional Attributes: Experiential Credit

Other Sections

Section 001, Fall 2019
W 4:20-6:10 pm
Teri Silvers
Karen Michele Sandler

Section 001, Spring 2020
W 4:20-6:10 pm
Teri Silvers
Karen Michele Sandler

Section 002, Fall 2019
Teri Silvers
Karen Michele Sandler