Recording Artists Project (RAP) Board Members, left to right:  Graham Duff, Jenna El-Fakih, Rebecca Rechtszaid, Caley Petrucci, Danielle Walling, and Kike Aluko.

Billboard spotlights Harvard Law School’s entertainment and media law courses and the Recording Artist Project in a line up of 12 institutions who have produced “many of the music industry’s most accomplished lawyers.”


This year’s Harvard Law curriculum includes a class covering entertainment and media law, a course on music and digital media, and an entertainment law clinic to complement its many intellectual-property and contracts-focused classes. Students can also moonlight at the legal services clinic, Recording Artists Project, where they gain hands-on experience working with local musicians. The clinic celebrates its 20th year in October with a gala keynoted by entertainment lawyer and alumnus Donald Passman. This past year, as part of Harvard Law’s bicentennial celebration, the school held a Harvard Law School in the Arts event, with alumnus Clive Davis serving as honorary chairman. He also spoke to students about the 2017 documentary Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives.

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