Halina is a highly-regarded music and entertainment lawyer who has built up a sterling reputation during 13 years of in-house and private practice.
She studied law at Oxford and trained at a top tier international law firm before diversifying into music in 2010.
Halina is renowned for her highly commercial style; a skill she learned while operating at the epicentre of the business, label, publishing, sponsorship, content creation, events and legal divisions of some of the music industry’s most successful music start-ups (Boiler Room, AEI Group). She returned to private practice in 2014 to build her own practice at a leading entertainment firm, before joining Level to launch their music division in 2020. Halina has been recognised as The Times “Lawyer of the Week”, “Up and Coming Lawyer” in Chambers & Partners and “Next Generation Partner” in Legal 500.
Consistently inspired and motivated by the talent spotting element of her role Halina takes great pride in utilising her extensive network of industry connections to assist artists and entrepreneurs in every aspect of their prospective careers. This means delivering a personal service every step of the way, working closely with her client to assemble a fantastic team to support and nurture them, while successfully negotiating the kind of deals that will give them the best possible chance of success, whatever that means to them.
Her diverse and dynamic client base continues to grow, and includes an array of gifted individuals and businesses that are entering the industry at every level, reflecting Halina’s own unwavering passion for new music and creativity.
MusicLegal services tailored to music industry clients such as record labels, publishers, recording artists, songwriters, record producers, managers and agents.
Live PerformancesWe advise talent and their representatives on the deals they are offered relating to their live performances and how those agreements interact with their wider business and contracts.
RecordingWe provide advice to talent, record labels and distributors of content, on agreements relating to the licensing, acquisition and use of performers’ recording rights.
Professional RelationshipsWe work to ensure the relationships between the talent and their representatives or collaborators are defined, transparent and documented.
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