Cambridge, MA, March 05, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Due to the success of last year’s music panel "The Bizness behind The Business" Harvard Law School’s Black Law Student Association and the Hip Hop Entertainment Law Project will again host a music industry panel as part of this year’s 27th Annual BLSA Spring Conference. The seminar is for high-risk teens, and anyone interested in having a career in the music business. The event will take place will take place on March 6, 2010 at 4:30 pm in Ames Courtroom at Harvard Law School in Austin Hall.
Panelists will discuss the importance of making good decisions to ensure success in the future as well as the various career opportunities in the music business. This year’s panelists are:
Leonard “LB” Brooks, SVP of Urban A&R Capitol Records;
Jerry Clark, Music Industry Veteran and Founder of the Jerry Clark Foundation;
KJ Holiday, Director of Urban Programming Clear Channel Communications;
Al Zara, Director of IT Clear Channel Communications and;
A Surprise Celebrity Panelist.
The event is part of HBLSA’s 27th Annual Spring Conference titled, "Me, You, We: Pursuing Progress in Black America" taking place March 5, 2010-March 6, 2010. The HLS BLSA chapter is the largest BLSA Chapter in the nation. It exists for the support, guidance and direction of Black students in academic, professional and social endeavors. HHELP was created to motivate at risk youth to do well in school using the music industry, and help them pursue careers in the music industry.
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