When preparing to become a lawyer, it’s important to test drive a few practice areas to find your perfect fit. Entertainment law, for example, sounds entertaining, but capturing opportunities comes with hard work at a fast pace.
As a follow-up to our hit episode Careers in Canadian Entertainment Law (Part 1), Bob Tarantino and Caitlin Choi speak with a few of our Dentons Canada summer students about what it’s like to practice entertainment law. In this special episode of the Entertainment & Media Law Signal podcast, our lawyers-in-training flip the script and ask our hosts their questions – from whether it’s best to specialize or be a Jack/Jill of all trades, to what’s the most interesting thing about their practice, to whether you need a creative background to succeed in the industry. One thing is for certain – there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to becoming a successful lawyer. Bob and Caitlin share their experience and offer guidance for anyone looking to find their niche.