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Cassandra Spangler, Esq.
(917) 300-9557 | info@cspanglermusiclaw.com

About

Bar & Professional Associations
  • Admitted to the New York State Bar
  • American Bar Association Entertainment and Sports Industries Forum member
  • Cal Alumni in Arts & Entertainment Club, NYC Chapter member
  • New York State Bar Association Arts and Sports Law Section member
  • New York City Bar Association member
  • IndieConnect NYC Chapter member
Education
  • Juris Doctorate with a concentration in Intellectual Property/Entertainment Law from Seton Hall Law School
  • International Entertainment Law and Comparative Media Law Certificate from Southwestern University School of Law
  • Master of Arts in Music Business from New York University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley
Awards & Honors
  • American Bar Association Award for Excellence in the Study of Intellectual Property Law
  • ASCAP Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition Second Place Winner
  • Order of the Coif legal honor society and National Collegiate Honors Society lifetime member
  • Public Interest Fellowship
  • Winner, Best Appellate Advocacy Brief
  • Seton Hall Law School Chancellor Scholar and Distinguished Scholar
  • University of California at Berkeley Alumni Scholar, GTE Scholar, and California Odyssey of the Mind Scholar
Publications and Media
Community Service
  • Gobble, Gobble Give
  • Seton Hall Law School, Public Interest Auction Fundraising
  • Hands On Bay Area
  • WYSE Mentorship Program
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Biography

Cassandra Spangler, Esq. is a 2009 magna cum laude graduate of Seton Hall Law and began her own music law practice in 2010.  She is also an Adjunct Professor of Music at New Jersey City University and an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at Parsons School of Design.  Prior to attending law school, Cassandra worked at independent record labels, a booking agency, and in music retail. Cassandra has also been an artist for nearly two decades, which gives her the unique ability to relate to both the talent and business perspectives of music industry transactions. She has been involved in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City DIY music scenes for many years and understands firsthand the challenges facing independent artists and companies attempting to navigate the often-present power imbalance of the music industry.