The Hollywood Lawyer News – “Press Play Representing Artists in The Music Industry”

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Yesterday, our principal attorney, David Kim, spoke at Whittier Law School alongside other music industry professionals including; James Dorgan Vice President of Music & Business Affairs at Disney, Elene Perry from Echo Park Records and Digital Manager, Shayan Fakhimi.

Students who attended got an exclusive outlook on what being in the music industry is all about. David informed students about life as an entertainment attorney and students could ask questions and get instant feedback and advice!


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