Noëlle Mouton is a third-year law student at the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she has taken courses in Copyright Law, Trademark Law, Art Law, and Media Law. She works in UNC’s Intellectual Property Clinic, assisting clients with application filings and serving as research assistant to the clinic director. Noëlle has completed numerous pro bono projects with local and national organizations as well as a district attorney’s office internship. After graduation, Noëlle plans to work as an entertainment attorney.
Prior to law school, Noëlle received her BS from Berry College and went on to spend a summer working for wildlife organizations in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Pursuing her longtime passion for performing, Noëlle went on to obtain agency representation for film and commercial work and spent a year performing as an actor and dancer for Disney Cruise Line.
In her free time, Noëlle enjoys traveling, scrapbooking, and teaching dance lessons to children and adults.
Streaming and Licensing Live Theatre
COVID-19’s Impact on Theatre and Theatre Workers As some industries inch toward normalcy amidst the pandemic, one industry that may be irrevocably changed by COVID is live theatre. With the Broadway shutdown extended until at least May 2020, creators, producers and theatre professionals have tried to find inventive ways to monetize their work and keep
Legal Ramifications of COVID on the Theatre Industry
There are few circumstances that cause theatres to go dark. While the usual response to most theatre industry roadblocks is simply “the show must go on,” this was not the case on March 12th. That’s the date that The Broadway League announced all performances would be cancelled in compliance with government orders to reduce the