Video: 2020 Music x Law Caribbean Law Symposium


Marlon Hill Partner, Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel LLP

Sommer Blackman, Associate Attorney, Grant Attorneys at Law PLLC

Sharine Taylor, Music and Culture Writer and Documentarian, Complex Magazine UK

Element Jetson, Musical Performance

Andrea JohnBaptiste, President & CEO, Axum Management Capabilities, Inc

Claude Crevecoeurm, NSU Caribbean Law Students Association | President

Kahalia Solano-Johnson, NSU Caribbean Law Students Association | Vice President

Danitza Campbell, NSU Fashion Law Student Association | President

Streaming Media

Document Type

Panel Discussion

Publication Date

Fall 11-13-2020


This program will focus on Caribbean music works with entertainment attorneys discussing intellectual property law, entertainment law, and copyright law. Attendees will learn about the various paths within the practice, about emerging new laws, outreach and training, and how to become involved in these areas of practice. This event is also about how Caribbean Artists have used their musical works for social justice. The presenters will explain what you need to get started and what different types of experiences and exposure might be helpful in entering the field.