One day of panel discussions from entertainment lawyers and industry reps

The Law School Career Advisors of Southern California (LSCASC) will be hosting its annual Entertainment Law Career Day at Southwestern University School of Law on March 10, 2007. Over 20 entertainment lawyers and representatives from the entertainment branch attended last year's event, which also included panel discussions Sports Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Entertainment Law in relation to the film, music and television industries.

The event, however, is not considered a job fair: representatives typically do not collect resumes from attending law students or graduates.

Located in Los Angeles, California, Southwestern Law School is home of the Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute.

For more information about the career day, please visit the Southwestern Law School website.

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