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Entertainment & Media Law

Using Subject Terms

To research efficiently, try subject terms that allow you to pull lists of books and articles on specific topics. See our illustrated guide to using subject terms in the library catalog and Legal Source:

Finding Books on Entertainment and Sports Law

For more books search:

For entertainment law books, try these subject terms:

For sports law books, try these subject terms:

For even more books, search library catalogs worldwide with:

Then, place an interlibrary loan request to have the books delivered to the Loyola library:

Finding Articles on Entertainment and Sports Law

For entertainment law articles, try these Thesaurus terms:

  • DE "Entertainers"
  • DE "Actors"
  • DE "Artists' contracts"
  • DE "Copyright of music"
  • DE "Musicians -- Legal status, laws, etc."
  • DE "Copyright -- Performing rights"
  • DE "Royalties (Copyright)" 
  • DE "Copyright of motion pictures"
  • DE "Right of publicity"

For sports law articles, try these Thesaurus terms:

  • DE "Sports -- Law & legislation"
  • DE "College sports -- Law & legislation"
  • DE "Professional sports -- Law & legislation"
  • DE "Discrimination in sports"