Because this is Los Angeles, where every waiter carries not only a menu but also a SAG card and every videostore clerk dreams of making the next great movie, who doesn’t have a hot, hot, hot manuscript or screenplay stashed somewhere? What entertainment lawyer doesn’t secretly dream of moving from representation to talent?
Here’s a chance to both get your stuff read — but by some impressive literary folks, to boot.
Our colleagues over at the Journal of Legal Education, which operates out of Southwestern, have launched their inaugural Legal Fiction competition. Details here and deadlines loom.