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Welcome to the EASL Section Blog

The goal of this blog is to provide a wonderful opportunity to create forums for debate and discussion relating to entertainment, art and sports law issues.

The blog will be able to communicate a sense of currency and reinforce our strong programming, affordable CLE, and pro bono efforts. It will give a voice to the Section, provide an opportunity to flesh out EASL website postings, and offer previews of and comments after programs, thereby sustaining and continuing the energy of discussions. It will also offer timely summaries and analysis of legislation, litigation and judicial opinions.

The Blog will be a wonderful opportunity to present opinions, articles and conversations that will be seen by countless others who are interested in your expertise and commentary. We look forward to hearing from you!

Elissa D. Hecker
Blog Editor
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