How to Build and Manage an Entertainment Law Practice
This text is designed for lawyers and other professionals looking for a resource that will shorten the learning curve for building and managing an entertainment law practice. It addresses a variety of issues critical to establishing a successful entertainment law practice, including getting started; preparing a business plan; getting your foot in the door; creating the right image; and marketing your entertainment law practice. It discusses the basic differences between entertainment law and other types of law practice and provides guidance for avoiding common pitfalls. In addition, an extensive appendix contains sample agreements, forms, letters, and checklists common to entertainment law practitioners.
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