About

SELS is a student-run organization with a mission to create opportunities for UGA Law students who may be interested in pursuing a career in the sports and entertainment law industries. We strive to expose students to the unique and illustrious industries via conferences, round-table discussions, and various networking events.

Protect Athens Music Website

Leadership

Advisor:  Professor David E. Shipley

 

Vice President of Music/Entertainment Amber Greenaway adg18579@uga.edu
Vice President of Sport Andy Klemm klemm@uga.edu
President Jaylen Mize jam81445@uga.edu
Secretary Karen Kerechanin kjk00175@uga.edu
Treasurer Mary Ellen Shuman mellen15@uga.edu

Protect Athens Music 2018

When: April 18, 2018 at 4 pm
Where: 40 Watt Club, 285 W. Washington Street Athens, GA 30601
 
The event’s purpose is to promote and discuss legal issues relevant to the music community. In order to better serve attendees, Protect Athens Music has a survey out seeking knowledge into which issues are most important to those concerned. 
 
This year’s Keynote Speaker and UGA Law/SELS Alum, Attorney Michelle Davis, will be offering a copyright primer for musicians titled, “How to Protect Your Music”.
 
Following the keynote, Michelle will join Alyssa DeHayes (UGA Alum), Drew Vandenberg, and Knowa Logic for a panel discussion titled, “Amateur to Entrepreneur: How to be a Musician and a Professional”.
 
The event starts at 4PM at the 40 Watt (285 W Washington St, Athens, GA 30601) with live music performed by The Broken String Band!!!
 

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