The Entertainment Law Review, published two times annually, is a scholarly journal devoted to legal issues affecting film, television, radio, computer and print media. Topics addressed in professional and student work include: copyright and patent issues; the regulation of the entertainment industry; and labor, constitutional, administrative and antitrust law as they relate to the industry. The Review is organized by UCLA students who publish and manage all the business aspects of the review. In addition, students occasionally write abstracts and comments for it. The membership structure allows first-, second- and third-year students to participate in the Review's activities.
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