Associate Professor Tonya M. Evans
served as the course planner for a Pennsylvania Bar Institute continuing legal education program titled Entertainment Law in the 21st Century that will take place on Thursday, June 14th at the CLE Conference Center of the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia.
The program offers those interested in entertainment law a comprehensive look at the areas of core competency crucial to an entertainment lawyer including intellectual property, labor and antitrust law, and estate planning. The course will look at how to successfully exploit and protect client assets and rights in a global economy with an eye on emerging multimedia platforms.
Widener Law adjunct Alexander Murphy, Jr.
and Justin B. Wineburgh of Cozen O’Connor, a 1997 graduate of Widener Law, join Professor Evans as faculty presenters for the program along with a host of outstanding attorneys. National Football League Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice F. Smith will participate in a discussion on the Role of Unions in Sports and Entertainment.
The program will be simulcast to the Chester County Bar Association in West Chester, the PBI Conference Center in Mechanicsburg, and the PBI Professional Development Conference Center in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information on the program, visit Professor Evans’s blog
, or take a look at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s course description and registration page