Loren Mulraine

Loren Mulraine is a law professor, entertainment attorney, and advocate for creator’s rights.  As Director of Music and Entertainment Law Studies at Belmont University, his courses include Intellectual Property, Copyright, Entertainment Law, Entertainment Practice, Film & Television Transactions, Media Law, and Sports Law. His scholarship interests include the intersection of IP and social/economic justice, global IP rights, and entrepreneurship.  Mr. Mulraine’s transactional practice focuses on music, film and television clients and covers a full range of issues in IP, business, contracts, copyright terminations, business expansion and start-ups, and sales and purchase of publishing catalogs.  His clients have included Grammy and Dove award-winners, Gold and Platinum-selling artists and writers, management companies, producers, filmmakers, and indie record labels.  Prior to joining Belmont in 2012, he served as a professor at Middle Tennessee State University, where he chaired the Department of Recording Industry and served as interim Associate Dean of the College of Mass Communication.  He previously worked as a government contracts attorney with the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Mulraine is also a noted gospel artist, songwriter and producer with six solo albums and several singles commercially released.  His studio credits include performing as a vocalist on the Grammy award-winning “Tribute: The Songs of Andrae’ Crouch.”


Howard University School of Law – Juris Doctor

University of Maryland, Bachelor of Arts, in Radio, Television, and Film