Entertainment and Sports Law Section



Nakia V. Gray
6404 Ivy Lane, Suite 400
Greenbelt, MD 20770
P: (301)220-2200
Email: ngray@jgllaw.com

Pamela K. Riewerts
502 Washington Ave, Ste 605
Towson, MD 21204
P: (443) 541-5680
F: (443) 541-5685
E: pamela@olivergrimsley.com

Section Dues: $10



Materials From the 2005 Future of Music Summit
(PDF Document | File Size: 7.3 m)

2012/2013 ANNUAL REPORT:

This Section continues to devise and pursue membership outreach initiatives to increase its membership base while continuing to provide education and other programming of interest to its existing members.


The mission of the Entertainment and Sports Law Section is to:

  1. provide educational information, networking and professional opportunities, and a forum for communication to members of the Maryland bar interested in entertainment and sports law issues;
  2. conduct outreach to members of the general public, educational institutions, and the sports and entertainment industries.

The Section implements its objectives by offering continuing legal education (CLE) on a range of topics, with a focus on sports and entertainment matters, facilitating career development by promoting expertise in these and related areas of practice, conducting meetings and other collaborative events, and engaging in a variety of outreach activities for its target audiences. CLE, networking and career development opportunities are among the Section's highest priorities, particularly with respect to the development of expertise on issues affecting Maryland and the 4th judicial circuit.


The Entertainment & Sports Law Committee’s first Annual Meeting seminar: "The Impact of Technology on Entertainment & Sports: Terminator, Alien, or Matrix Revolution" featured the latest developments in copyright law relative to the digital economy.
The materials address the impact of technology on music, sports, visual art, and literary publishing.
View Program Materials
(PDF Document | File Size: 5.3 m)


Save 15%

Market Your Practice!