Entertainment and Sports Law Section

This section was created in recognition of the increasing number of practitioners in entertainment and sports law. The section presents an annual CLE program and helps members stay up to date on trends and activities in this specialized area of practice.

Loeb & Loeb LLP
35 Music Square E, Ste. 310
Nashville, TN 37203
5217 Williamsburg Rd.
Brentwood, TN 37027
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Milom Horsnell Crow Kelley Beckett...
3310 West End Ave, Ste. 610
Nashville, TN 37203
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Tennessee Bar Association
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Nashville, TN 37219

Mark Your Calendars: Entertainment & Sports Law Forum 2019

Save the date for this year's Entertainment & Sports Law Annual Forum – May 15 at Belmont College of Law. We invite you to join a distinguished group of speakers for an afternoon discussion of some of the most cutting-edge legal issues in the music and sports industries today. The panels have been carefully crafted to provide timely and practical information that will benefit practitioners of all levels, showcasing a wide array of areas, including an in-depth discussion of the practical impact of new music legislation, legal issues related to live music and merchandising, sports gambling topics, and attorney well-being. This is a program that you definitely don’t want to miss. Registration for this forum will open soon, so stay tuned for additional details!

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New Book Examines the Law and Girls' Basketball

Full Court: How Pat Summitt, a High School Basketball Player, and a Legal Team Changed the Game, a new book by Tennessee lawyer Bill Haltom and Virginia law student Amanda Swanson, follows the legal case that changed women’s basketball forever. The 1973 case saw high school basketball player Victoria Cape sue the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association, the organization which oversees high school sports and regulated girls’ basketball to a six-on-six, half court game. New University of Tennessee coach Pat Head Summitt figures prominently into the case as a supporter of Cape’s lawsuit. Read more at The Daily Memphian.
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