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Institute on Entertainment Law and Business

Virtual Event Registration Fees


Standard Registration

  • $100 - Virtual Standard Registration

Full-Time Law Student

  • $0 - Virtual Full-time Law Student Registration
    A limited number of complimentary registrations are available for full-time law students. You must be a current full-time student at an accredited law school and register using an email address associated with your school. Student registration is not currently available. Please check back.

To register online now, click here. You must use the registrant's email address to register online. Registants who have attended any of our past events may already have an account associated with their email address. You can use the password reset link on the log-in page to reset the password, or email cle@law.usc.edu for further assistance.

All registrations and purchases are final and non-refundable.

Fee Includes

Ticket holders gain admittance to the Virtual Live broadcast on October 17. Ticket holders also receive an electronic copy of the Institute Syllabus. The Institute Syllabus is an up-to-date volume of outlines, articles, essays, briefs and other practical materials prepared by our speakers. This Institute will only be broacast live on the day of the event and recorded sessions for later on-demand viewing will not be available..


All registrations and purchases are final and non-refundable.


Email  the Continuing Legal Education us at cle@law.usc.edu with any questions.



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