Published Dec 12, 2016
Full Sail Named Successful Path for Pre-Law Students by ‘Billboard’ Magazine
Billboard magazine includes Full Sail in their list of top three undergraduate schools for a path to pre-law.
Full Sail’s Music Business bachelor’s program was named a “program of note” for pre-law students in the October 29, 2016 issue of Billboard magazine.
There is no single path to a legal education, and Full Sail’s undergraduate classes in areas such as copyright and publishing, artist management, and business law can provide a foundation for aspiring attorneys.
“This is particularly rewarding to see our Music Business program recognized for its efforts to develop relevant legal curriculum,” said Music Business Department Chair and Pre-Law Society advisor Victoria Hernandez.
Victoria explained that Full Sail focuses on intellectual property issues and music and entertainment law matters, which isn’t the norm for most pre-law students.
“Full Sail students don’t just learn about the law. They apply their legal knowledge to real-world projects throughout the program, which gives them a chance to test their skills in a safe environment,” she said.
Billboard is a leading source in the music and entertainment business industries, with issues published weekly.