Entertainment Law Student Orgs / Journals

  • The Art Law Society offers a bridge between the sphere of high art and the legal community. Aesthetic minded law students with an interest in the Arts, ranging from the performing arts to Contemporary Visual Art, work together with members of the Los Angeles arts and legal communities to sponsor programs to explore the memes where art and law intersect. Past Events include talks and panel discussions with leading Art Law practitioners, museum professionals, and cutting-edge Intellectual Property theorists. Future projects include community outreach, site visits to vanguard galleries, and local museums, and a colloquium.

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  • The mission of the Entertainment Law Association is to organize events to inform students about legal and business issues in the entertainment industry.

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  • The UCLA Entertainment Law Review (ELR) is an international law journal published once or twice a year by the UCLA School of Law. Since 1994, ELR’s staff has worked diligently to bring to our subscribers academic work of the highest quality, as well as articles that tackle the most novel and cutting-edge issues in the field of entertainment law. Our journal publishes a broad range of articles and student comments on a variety of topics of interest to the entertainment law community. These topics include copyright, new media law, Internet and communications law, sports law, motion picture and television law, music law, art law, broadcasting law, journalism and the First Amendment, and “soft” intellectual property law.

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  • To educate the UCLA Law community about the growing and evolving industries of fantasy sports, daily fantasy sports, online poker, sports betting and traditional brick and mortar casinos. We will focus not only on the legal issues and opportunities for attorneys in these fields, but also the complex business and regulatory environment.

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  • The purpose of the Association is to offer law students the opportunity to better understand the practice of intellectual property law. The Association shall also offer those students interested in pursuing a career in intellectual property opportunities to network professionally with firms established in the field of intellectual property law.

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  • The Journal of Law and Technology, JOLT for short, is dedicated to producing the best literature on the web concerning not only hard IP, but all intellectual property that is at the forefront of technology, at the forefront of academia, society, and innovation. These materials include traditional scholarly articles and comments, practical advice, and “heads-ups” from attorneys broaching the cutting edge.

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  • Our mission is to provide every UCLA Law student interested in pursuing a career in sports law the opportunity and resources to develop the foundation for their knowledge of and access to the field.

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