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PANELS/SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS & MENTORING

​Panelist, Podcast, "The Future of What," Episode #89 - The Evolution of Streaming (2017)

Speaker, "Careers and Current Topics in Entertainment Law," University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, GA  (2015)

Panelist, "Music Business Models in the Digital Era: Maximizing Income Streams," SlingshotFestival, Athens, GA (2015)

Panelist, "Understanding Legal Contracts and Intellectual Property." Ignite Conference, Raleigh, NC (2014)
Speaker, "Mock Negotiations of a Publishing Agreement." National Assoc. of Recording Industry Professionals, Atlanta, GA (2014)
Speaker, "Current Topics and Client Considerations- Music Law." UGA Music Business Program - Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (2014)
Panelist, "Songwriting? WTF!" Leadership Music, Nashville, TN (2014)
Panelist, "Content Ownership and Monetization." Atlanta Music Startup Academy, Atlanta, GA (2013)
Panelist,  "Music in Motion." International Music Conference. (2013)
Panelist, "Legal Careers in Entertainment." Protect Athens Music Project, Athens, GA (2013)
Panelist, "Preparing for a Career in Entertainment Law." Georgia State College of Law, Atlanta, GA  (2013)
Panelist, "Negotiation and the Arts."  Georgia State University Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Atlanta, GA (2013)

Panelist, "Inside the Deal: Producers and Songwriters," Future Music Attorneys, Atlanta, GA (2012)
Speaker, "Negotiating a Producer Agreement." Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, Atlanta, GA (2009)
Panels Moderator, Musician's Resource Center, The Vera Project, Seattle, WA (2004-5)
Panelist, "As Seen on TV." CMJ, New York, NY (2003)
Panelist, "The Art of Artist Management." CMJ, New York, NY (1996)

Mentor, Georgia State College of Law - Intellectual Property, Atlanta, GA (2008-2015)
Mentor, SXSW Mentoring Sessions, Austin, TX (2010-2014)


PRESS

"Panelist Spotlight," University of Georgia Law, (March 2015)
"Reunion Offers Archers of Loaf Chance to Reiterate their Influence." IndyWeek (August 2011)

"Live Wire."  The Stranger (July 2005)
"Seattle's Own Death Cab for Cutie to Appear on the O.C." Seattle P-I (April 2005)
"The O.C. Effect."  Pop Matters (Jan 2005)
"Tapping In." Seattle Weekly (Dec 2004)
"Indie Rockers Get New Gig: The Video Game Soundtrack." The New York Observer (Dec 2004)
"CMJ Marathon: Do It Yourself." Pop Matters (Nov 2003)