Representing emerging and celebrity musicians and music industry companies may make your name news and make your business a family topic. Perhaps this is one of the many reasons why you are so interested in a career in music law. Lawyers practising in the field of music law have worked with some of the country’s (or the world’s) most famous record singers, sometimes even condemned. This is exactly the profession you envision for yourself.
If you are still deciding where to go to law school and dream of one day where you can practice law with the brightest star in the music industry as your client, then maybe it’s time to take a look at Billboard’s latest law school rankings.
Billboard’s ranking is based on the number of music lawyers graduated from each law school. Billboards rank the top ten law schools in alphabetical order. We will provide readers with the top five law schools “above the law”.Click on Here View the complete list.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University (New York)
Columbia Law School, Columbia University (New York)
Fordham University School of Law (New York)
Harvard Law School, Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
New York School of Law (New York)
While going to a top law school to represent elite members of the music industry is certainly helpful, going to a law school in New York or California (see the full list) is also helpful. (But in fact, if you can get into a first-class law school (for example, Harvard University or Columbia University), please go there.) If you are interested in music law, you should know that this is a relatively difficult field and may cost It will take some time to reach the top of your career-otherwise, you may be lucky.
Either way, choosing the right law school is only the first step, and we wish you good luck. Maybe one day you will represent your favorite musician.
Revealed: Billboard’s Top Music Lawyers of 2021 [Billboard]
Staci Zaretsky She is the senior editor of “Above the Law” and she has been working since 2011.She would love to hear from you, so please feel free e-mail Any tips, questions, comments or comments from her.You can follow her Twitter Or keep in touch with her LinkedIn.