ENTERTAINEUR, Esq.™ - WRITERS
Dayna W. Thomas, Esq. - Founder, Entertaineur, Esq.™
Dayna is an energetic, hard-working, and confident entrepreneurship and entertainment lawyer with a passion for helping people build their lives, careers, and businesses with the support of the law. Her practice includes business, entertainment, media, copyright and trademark law - both transactional and litigation. Dayna's passion lies with assisting entrepreneurs and entertainers in reaching their goals while promoting the link between business and branding. Her life motto is "believe and act as if it were impossible to fail," which is instrumental to her work and value as a legal professional. She is certified in transactional law and enjoys the thrill and challenge of negotiation. Dayna looks forward to becoming a legendary attorney utilizing her skills in law and marketing.
Antonisha Baker - Editor In Chief
Antonisha is a 2017 JD Candidate at Emory University School of Law. She earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida in Business Administration with a concentration in Management. Antonisha has developed an interest in entertainment and entrepreneurship outside of the classroom through her involvement in leadership positions in organizations within law school and undergrad. She's the incoming President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society for the 2016-2017 school year, and she served as the Historian of the University of South Florida's Women in Business Society for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school terms.
Kayla Pansy - Managing Editor
Kayla is a second-year law student and the Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society at the University of Georgia School of Law. Kayla desires to help people protect their artistic creations, businesses, and lives through the power of the law. She focuses her contributions on entertainment and business law within the United States and United Kingdom. Since the beginning of law school, Kayla has been motivated to practice transactional law. Kayla graduated Cum Laude from Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Film and Video and minor in Music Management. In her free time, Kayla enjoys traveling, meditating, and going to the recording studio.
Sydney always knew that being a part of the entertainment industry was meant for her. Though she believed had none of the performing talents required to be in front of a camera or a crowd, she knew that she had the skills to assist behind the scenes to bring art to life. Sydney entered law school with a passion to pursue entertainment law, and now, as a rising second year law student at Emory University School of Law, she is more confident than ever in her path. When she is not knee deep in school work to achieve this goal, she enjoys practicing yoga, spending time with family and friends, and participating in some retail therapy at the mall. Sydney obtained her Bachelor's degree in Advertising and Public Relations at the University of Central Florida and was a proud member of the Delta Zeta Sorority.
Kameron is a prospective law student who is currently on the path to becoming an attorney in the entertainment space. She studied Political Science and Mass Media Arts at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA where she received a certificate in Music Business and wrote for the entertainment section of the PESA publication "For The Record." Kameron is originally from Los Angeles, California. As a current Teach for America corps member, Kameron uses her experience and leadership to advocate for students and teachers in the Metro Atlanta area. This fall, Kameron will be attending law school in hopes to focus on intellectual property and business practices. She currently serves as the Tech Intern for Future Music Attorneys.
Ky is a junior at Georgia State University in the process of attaining her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications and Marketing. Believing that the best way to capture a moment is in written word, she enjoys every opportunity that allows her to immerse in a variety of cultures and traditions. Her work as an intern in the Growth Channels division at Pepperidge Farm Inc. and as member of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Inc. have allowed her to integrate both her passions for communication and business. Following graduation, Ky plans to further her education in communications/public relations through a master’s degree or attending law school.