ENTERTAINMENT LAW

Supporting a rigorous course of study into the field of law and all that it encompasses, this magnet does not solely focus on the entertainment industry but rather provides a comprehensive field of opportunities for the student who is very interested in law. They can choose from a multitude of different areas of focus including Policy Making, Model United Nations (International Relations), Speech and Debate, Homeland Security (Law Enforcement), Mock Trial Team. The Entertainment Law Magnet Strand at MAS 6-12 offers students with a passion for the law to learn excellent advocacy skills in and out of the classroom in a plethora of unique ways to determine the channel that best suits their needs and interests

Entertainment Law / Audition Criteria

ENTERTAINMENT LAW
AUDITION CRITERIA

GRADES 6-10 


*Applicants will be accepted to the program by random selection administered by M-DCPS School choice & Parental Options.
No audition required.


Marta Salazar, Ent. Law Teacher (High School) mvsalazar@dadeschools.net 

Jessica Figueroa, Teacher, Middle School Entertainment Law, figueroa@dadeschools.net

Juan Delrio, Teacher, High School Entertainment Law, juandelrio@dadeschools.net

Mike Pena, Teacher, High School Entertainment Law, mikepena@dadeschools.net

Lazara Garcia, Teacher, High School Entertainment Law, lgarcia13@dadeschools.net

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