Georgetown Law Entertainment & Media Alliance Law Review

The George­town Law Enter­tain­ment & Media Alliance Law Review (GEMALaw Review) aims to serve as a source for all mem­bers of the enter­tain­ment, media, sports, and intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty law com­mu­ni­ties to obtain cur­rent, rel­e­vant, and use­ful prac­ti­tion­er and schol­ar­ly con­tent for their ref­er­ence and edi­fi­ca­tion.  GEMALaw Review also seeks to be a plat­form for influ­en­tial law stu­dent work by pro­vid­ing a dynam­ic, col­lab­o­ra­tive, and engag­ing envi­ron­ment through which to think and write about con­se­quen­tial legal issues in the enter­tain­ment, media, sports, and intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty fields.

The GEMALaw Review is a sub­sidiary of George­town Uni­ver­si­ty Enter­tain­ment and Media Alliance, Law Divi­sion (GEMALaw), an alum­ni orga­ni­za­tion.

The pur­pose of GEMALaw is to increase con­nec­tions between stu­dents and pro­fes­sion­als and to build a stronger pres­ence of GEMA pro­gram­ming around sports, enter­tain­ment, media, and relat­ed legal issues on the George­town Law cam­pus and in the cities where GEMA has chap­ters.

GEMALaw is a divi­sion of the George­town Enter­tain­ment & Media Alliance.

Please note that GEMALaw is an alum­ni orga­ni­za­tion, and the GEMALaw Review is an entire­ly stu­dent-run pub­li­ca­tion, pub­lished in con­junc­tion with the GEMALaw Annu­al Sports & Enter­tain­ment Law Sym­po­sium. It is not OJA-affil­i­at­ed through George­town Uni­ver­si­ty Law Cen­ter.