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Bonnie Berry LaMon ’84

Bonnie Berry Lamon '84

Bonnie Berry LaMon represents writers, filmmakers, recording artists and production companies. Her law firm, B2L Entertainment Law, P.C. negotiates agreements involving the motion picture, television, multimedia, music and book publishing industries. Through her consulting company, Berry Creative Works, she provides strategic advice regarding the development, production, promotion and distribution of entertainment properties.

A graduate of Harvard Law School and the Writing for Children and Young Adults master’s in fine arts program at Vermont College of Fine Arts, she also is the author of “Practice in a Minor Key,” a primer on representing minors in the music industry; “Achieving Success and Personal Satisfaction in Entertainment Law,” a chapter in the book “Inside the Minds: The Legal Side of Entertainment, Sports, and Media”; and “The Backward Life of Selah Selim,” the first novel in a middle-grade series. She frequently lectures and teaches about entertainment law and book publishing issues.


Race-ish: Seizing the Narrative in Media and Entertainment

Saturday, October 5

A discussion on how we can influence and control our portrayal.

Laura Coates ’01, CNN Legal Analyst and SiriusXM Host

Kelvin Dinkins Jr. ’09, Assistant Dean and General Manager, Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre
Bonnie Berry Lamon ’84, Attorney
Christopher Roy Poindexter ’99
, General Counsel, Show Creator & Writer