Mentors - Agents and Managers: Amy E Mitchell (Amy E Mitchell PLLC)
Tuesday, March 15
3:30PM - 5:00PM
Austin Convention Center
531 E 4th St
Don’t know if you need an agent or manager? Want to find out how to get one? Find out how the two different roles can affect filmmakers and if they are needed for your film here.
This Mentor Session requires advance online sign up and is available to all Film, Gold, and Platinum badgeholders on a first-come, first-served basis. Online sign ups will open in February.
Registrants who sign up online must check-in 30 minutes before their mentor time slot to guarantee their spot. Limited on-site sign up is also available for a small number of Mentor Sessions spots and will begin 30 minutes before the first time slot of each session.
Amy E Mitchell
Amy E Mitchell PLLC
Amy E. Mitchell is a transactional lawyer based in Austin, Texas, who practices entertainment law with a focus on music, television, and film law issues. She has been licensed to practice law in Te...Show the rest
Amy E. Mitchell is a transactional lawyer based in Austin, Texas, who practices entertainment law with a focus on music, television, and film law issues. She has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 2004 and represents emerging artists and entrepreneurs as well as established professionals.
Amy earned her B.A. in Spanish & Economics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999 and her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 2004. Prior to attending law school, Amy served as Office Manager of the Texas Music Office. During law school, she attended the University College London (England) to study international and comparative law.
From 2007 to 2012, Amy worked with Christian L. Castle, Attorneys on music industry talent representation, digital distribution, content licensing, and public policy matters. In 2009, Amy was elected to serve on the Council of the State Bar of Texas Entertainment and Sports Law Section. In 2011, Amy expanded her film and television practice to include production counsel services. In 2013, Amy successfully spearheaded efforts to charter an entertainment law section for the Austin Bar Association and is currently serving as Chair. In 2014, Amy was invited to join the Advisory Council for Texas Accountants & Lawyers for the Arts. In addition, Amy writes frequently on entertainment law topics and maintains the educational site AskaMusicLawyer.com, which receives thousands of visitors each month.
When she is not practicing law, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and infant son. She also performs as a vocalist and/or keyboardist in several Austin ensembles.Hide the rest