Brian Price

Clinical Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Brian Price is a Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the Director of the law school’s Transactional Law Clinics, where he teaches transactional law and supervises the legal practice of law students handling entertainment, business, non-profit, community economic development and real estate legal matters. Professor Price also serves as faculty advisor and supervising attorney of Harvard Law School’s Recording Artist Project, a music law practice and student organization; as well as faculty advisor of the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project, a student practice organization assisting start-up businesses. In his outside practice, Attorney Price represents entertainment industry clients (including several Grammy winners) consisting of artists, producers, songwriters, indie labels, multi-media and marketing firms, as well as other business clients. Formerly, Professor Price was the Director of the Harvard Law School WilmerHale Legal Services Center, a comprehensive civil law clinical placement. Prior to joining Harvard Law School, Professor Price served as General Counsel and Senior Director of Certification and Enforcement at the State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance within the Massachusetts Department of Economic Development; was a member of the legal department of Liberty Mutual Insurance Company; and maintained his own community-based law practice. Professor Price is a graduate of Princeton University and University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Where Law and Music Meet: A Practical Introduction to Music Law for Emerging Artists and their Representatives