Student Eligibility and Requirements

Represent artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers, dancers, and other creative clients in the TJSL Art & Entertainment Law Project!

  • Interview and counsel clients in person
  • Draft contracts to address their concerns
  • Register copyrights in their works
  • Form business entities on their behalf
  • Negotiate deals with opposing counsel
  • And more!

Applications for Spring 2017 are now being accepted! All applications are processed on a rolling basis, so apply early to maximize your chance of getting a spot in this fantastic program!

Units and Related Info

Unit load: 3 or 4 units of live client work + a 2 unit seminar, for a total of 5 or 6 units.

Bonus: this course satisfies the TJSL Professional Skills graduation requirement.


Successful completion of both Professional Responsibility and Civil Procedure I; and Completion of or concurrent enrollment in Evidence and Civil Procedure II.

Where and How to Apply

Send a statement of interest, resume, and unofficial transcript to The statement of interest should be addressed to Professor Jeff Slattery, Director of the AELP, describing the reasons why you are interested in participating in the AELP, and explaining why you will make an outstanding attorney one day!

Other Details

The application period for the spring semester will close when all spots are filled or on November 30, 2016, whichever comes first. Please register for any other courses you are interested in taking because just applying does not guarantee you a spot. Do not waitlist yourself for the class. If you are accepted, you can then add/drop units as needed. For more information about the AELP, please visit: