CMW Announces Renowned International Immigration Lawyer, Lorraine D’Alessio as Keynote at Live Touring Summit 2018

Canadian Music Week (CMW) is pleased to announce renowned international immigration attorney, Lorraine D’Alessio as a keynote speaker at the 2018 Live Touring Summit. The Live Touring Summit takes places from Thursday, May 10th to Friday, May 11th at the Sheraton Centre Downtown Toronto.

Lorraine D’Alessio is D’Alessio Law Group’s founding partner and was recently named a 2016 Century City Bar Association Lawyer of the Year and Leader of Law for International Law by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Heralded by the Bay Street Bull as “One of the 9 Fearless Women in Canada Changing the Status Quo,” a Toronto native and former Ford model, Mrs. D’Alessio spearheads the firm’s business transactional law and business and employment-related immigration initiatives. Widely regarded as an industry expert and thought leader, Mrs. D’Alessio writes a monthly editorial for Canadian entertainment industry PlayBack magazine, contributes on business transactional and immigration issues regularly to the Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter, LA Business Journal and other leading outlets. She also serves on the board for Artists for Change, chaired by BAFTA board members and OSCAR award winners. She is also the author of “Going Global: Investing in US Immigration,” a guide to US immigration that is being published and released spring 2017 by Brick Tower Press, and will be sold domestically and internationally. She has provided counsel to hundreds of prominent companies from small, medium to fortune 500 in the entertainment and technology fields as well as many award winning entertainment agencies, unions, private companies and academic institutions around the world from Hyperloop One to Next Models to Food Network to Instagram to Subpac to Gfuel and Pepperdine University.

Lorraine D’Alessio earned her law degree from Southwestern Law School. She earned her Masters degree in Public Administration from The Senate of Queen’s University at Kingston and also attended the University of Toronto, Canada to earn her undergraduate degree with a Bachelor of Arts.