The UCLA Entertainment Law Review (“ELR”) is an international law journal published once or twice a year by the UCLA School of Law. Since 1994, ELR’s staff has worked diligently to bring to our subscribers academic work of the highest quality, as well as articles that tackle the most novel and cutting edge issues in the field of entertainment law.
Volume 22, Issue 1, 2014
Keeping the A’s in Oakland: Franchise Relocation, City of San Jose, and the Broad Power of Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption
The Spotify Paradox: How the Creation of a Compulsory License Scheme for Streaming On-Demand Music Platforms Can Save the Music Industry
CAUTION-Contains Extremely Offensive Material: David Wojnarowicz V. American Family Association, The Visual Artists Rights Act, and A Proposal To Expand Fair Use To Include Artists’ Moral-Rights