Judy Tint has over 25 years of experience as an entertainment attorney, consultant, and educator. A graduate of Columbia Law School and Rutgers College, Judy specializes in music-related legal matters, and represents a broad range of recording artists, songwriters, producers, labels, radio personalities, and more, from newcomers to legends. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the NYU Music Business Program, a member of the Board of Governors of The Recording Academy’s NY Chapter, and has lectured extensively for organizations including SXSW, Practicing Law Institute, Women in Music, New Music Seminar, CMJ, Columbia Law School, NXNW, and GRAMMY In The Schools. She appears frequently as an advocate for artists’ rights, and is Chair of the Music Division of the ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries.
Judy has served as a consultant and producer in connection with numerous entertainment projects, and has devoted her time and energy to a variety of charitable causes. She is a longtime member of the Board of the Rhythm & Blues Foundation, and was Executive Producer of the critically-acclaimed Capitol Records release, “The Rites of Rhythm and Blues”. She serves on the Board of Directors of WhyHunger, and held a two-year appointment at the United Nations, where she produced special events and oversaw the management and recruitment of UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassadors and celebrity spokespersons. She produced a concert series at Lincoln Center with best-selling author/lecturer Marianne Williamson, promoted and hosted the long-standing China Club Pro-Jam, and developed and produced (with musical director Paul Shaffer) the live entertainment program at Sullivan’s in New York’s landmark Ed Sullivan Theater.
While she has no intention of quitting her day job, Judy also performs regularly as a vocalist and percussionist, and has made numerous appearances with her longtime clients, The Four Tops. She is a firm believer in the power of music to change the world.
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