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.
If you would like to discuss this podcast and what it takes to practice Entertainment law, please contact Bob Tarantino or Caitlin Choi.