UWE Pro Bono Assists Young Entrepreneurs To open New Recording studio

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The Bristol Music Advice Service (BMAS) has recently helped two young entrepreneurs set up a new recording studio in the heart of Bristol.

BMAS is run by Law students at UWE Bristol as part of the Pro Bono services offered by the University to local businesses.

BMAS is one of the pro bono business-facing strands which aims to provide free legal advice to people who may not be knowledgeable on the legal side of the music industry. BMAS provides advice and assistance through regular clinics and has recently helped advised recording artists, songwriters and reggae artists in a collaboration with restaurant chain, Turtle Bay.

BMAS Students advising at the clinic

Danny McMahon and Andrea Succi, who set up Puzzle Maker Studios  have been working with BMAS for several years and it is with their legal advice that they have been able to set up the studios.

More information on BMAS can be found here.


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