The Kozyak Minority Mentoring Foundation and The Florida Bar’s Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section Invite you to a “Virtual Conversation about Practicing Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law”

“Virtual Conversation about Practicing Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law” with Porpoise Evans (Weiss Serota Helfman Cole + Bierman), Kim Kolback (Law Offices of Kimberly Kolback), Tom Player (Player Entertainment Law), Deidre Richardson (Chico’s FAS, Inc.), Marc Stollman (Stollman Law) and Tania Williams (The Williams Firm).

This talented group of lawyers will provide insights into entertainment, arts and sports law, exploring the skills you will need to break into these areas, the pros and cons of practicing in these competitive fields and what a typical day in their practice entails.

Join us as they share their experiences and answer your questions regarding the best way to prepare for and pursue a career focusing on entertainment, arts and sports law. This is part of a series of virtual conversations meant to explore different areas of law and help current law students navigate the path towards their desired careers.

Who is invited: First and second year law students interested in learning more about entertainment, arts and sports law and how to prepare for a career in this area of law.

When: Thursday, February 4, 2021, at 6 pm. It will last one hour.

How to sign up: Please email by 6 pm on February 3, 2021. While we will have multiple breakout rooms for this session, attendance will be limited to the first 60 students who RSVP. You will be provided a Zoom link by email before the event.