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  1. Of course! Literally anyone can attend and we would love to have you. No affiliation to Osgoode or any other law school is required. If you know someone who might find the panel interesting invite them too!
  2. Hello future law students! Its that time of year again! Osgoode Hall Law School's Entertainment and Sport Law Association (ESLA) will be hosting their 22nd annual conference on March 9th and wants you to join us! ESLA's Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference is Canada's premier student conference for aspiring industry leaders in entertainment and sports law. Our 22nd annual conference will feature speakers from the legal and business side of film, television, music, and sport. You don't want to miss this! Tickets are only $10! Comparatively, Ontario Bar Association events are usually $20-$60. Come see what law school conference are all about (P.S. if you're going to go to any conference, this is the best one). Also, there will be food, a cash bar, and plenty of opportunities to network! If you do come, please don't be shy and introduce yourself to any of the ESLA Executives, we love to meet new people and share what little wisdom we have! For more information and for tickets please see the link below: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/22nd-annual-entertainment-sports-law-conference-tickets-95155415409 The Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference is presented by Cassels LLP.DATE: Monday March 9th, 2020TIME: Doors Open 5:30 PM | Event 6 - 9 PMLOCATION: STORYS Building 11 Duncan St. Toronto, Ontario(This venue is accessible. An elevator to the 2nd floor is available, no additional steps to washroom) TTC DIRECTIONS: 5 minute walk from St. Andrew station (Wheelchair accessible station)
  3. Hello law students! Its that time of year again! Osgoode Hall Law School's Entertainment and Sport Law Association (ESLA) will be hosting their 22nd annual conference on March 9th and wants you to join us! ESLA's Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference is Canada's premier student conference for aspiring industry leaders in entertainment and sports law. Our 22nd annual conference will feature speakers from the legal and business side of film, television, music, and sport. You don't want to miss this! Tickets are only $10! Comparatively, Ontario Bar Association events are usually $20-$60. This is a great opportunity to learn and meet people from a range of exciting industries. Also, there will be food, a cash bar, and plenty of opportunities to network! For more information and for tickets please see the link below: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/22nd-annual-entertainment-sports-law-conference-tickets-95155415409 The Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference is presented by Cassels LLP.DATE: Monday March 9th, 2020TIME: Doors Open 5:30 PM | Event 6 - 9 PMLOCATION: STORYS Building 11 Duncan St. Toronto, Ontario(This venue is accessible. An elevator to the 2nd floor is available, no additional steps to washroom) TTC DIRECTIONS: 5 minute walk from St. Andrew station (Wheelchair accessible station)
  4. Yes, you can still attend! Please either like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Cheers
  5. In no particular order: Divya Shahani (Hall Webber) Susan Abramovitch (Gowling) Angelika Heim (Stohn Hay) Stephen Selznick (Cassels Brock) David Zitzerman (Goodmans) David Goldstein (USport) Ralph Lean (Gowling) Roy Rana (Ryerson Basketball) Bob Tarantino (Dentons) Roni Hoffman (9 Story) Carl Brundtland (Corus) Adam Adamou (Overactive Media) Chris Harrs (Spinmaster) Jayme Alter (Dentons) Terry Markus (Sole Practitioner) Dan Wullfhart (Hummingbird) Marco Cialariello (Cassels Brock) Trevor Whiffen (Dickinson Wright) Matt Slan (Slan Sports) Layth Gafoor (Lucentum) Dylan Moscovitch (Olympic Athlete) Adam Larry (Jorael Consulting) Tara Parker (Goodmans) Ian McKay (Re:Sound) Michael Paris (Cineplex) Victoria Novak (Taylor Oballa) Andrew Hunter (CMRRA)
  6. Hey, great question. Hopefully within the hour! Stay tuned.
  7. Hi LS, I'm here on behalf of Osgoode Hall Law School's Entertainment and Sport Law Association (ESLA). I wanted to reach out to as many students as possible and thought LS may be with way to go! On Tuesday, March 5, ESLA will be hosting their 21st Annual Entertainment and Sport Law Conference in Toronto at the Spoke Club (600 King St. West) at 6 PM till 10PM. This is going to be one of our best Conferences yet! This year we have over 25 panelists, an amazing venue and fantastic topics. Oh, and a cash bar The Entertainment and Sport Law field is a bit of a niche one, and as networking opportunities go, the Conference is a great way to introduce yourself to potential employers and colleagues. This year we have a range of topics from "Public and illegal art" and "Do it yourself marketing in the digital age" to "The growth of eSports" and "Concussion litigation". Additionally, this year you'll also have the chance to win two Toronto Raptors tickets. All you have to do to win is 1) purchase a ticket 2) like our Instagram page (osgoodeesla). These are PREMIUM tickets to see the Raptors vs OKC Thunder on March 22. Must be in attendance to claim the prize. Early bird tickets are $7 until February 25th, $10 after that. Tickets can be purchased at: https://finance.legalandlit.ca/Payment/Purchase/8a369afb-da95-4e67-88e9-e883cedf9d3f?fbclid=IwAR0ki21S_SGZmRXozqoEA5fhYH0gjMIQDRb7BLZnT4asmHjGaW2wjT8CIDA See a full list of speakers on our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/oesla/. And be sure to check us out on Twitter @ OESLA Thank you to LS for allowing me to post this! LS has served me well and I hope users benefit from it as much as I do! If anyone has any questions, please feel free to message or post a comment.
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