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Posted by: Chelsea Bennett on Mar 25, 2019 this member spotlight, the Entertainment & Sports Law Executive Council would like to introduce Alandis Brassel. He is the principal attorney at The Brassel Firm PLLC, a boutique law firm for entertainers, artists and entrepreneurs. His practice focuses on transactional entertainment and corporate matters and estate planning for creatives and entrepreneurs.

Prior to establishing The Brassel Firm, Alandis worked as a lawyer in the public and nonprofit sectors, first as legal counsel to U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper, then as program director at the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville, where he supervised the Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts and Artist Education programs. He worked as professional audio engineer for clients such as Bloomberg Television, Warner Music Group, Island Def Jam and Timbaland before moving to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University Law School.

Alandis is an adjunct professor of music business at Belmont University and The University of Memphis. Active in the Nashville community, he is a board member of the Tennessee Youth Courts program and the Northwest YMCA. When he's not working, he can be found at the house rifling through his vinyl collection with his wife Thallen and schooling his sons, Alandis Jr. and Theodore, about what "real music" is.