Judy Tint is a New York-based entertainment attorney, educator, and musician. A graduate of Columbia Law School and Rutgers College, she represents a variety of recording artists, songwriters, managers, producers, independent labels, radio personalities and more, from unknowns to icons. She has been a member of the faculty of the NYU Music Business Program since 2008, teaching a combination of undergraduate and graduate courses. Judy serves as a Governor of The Recording Academy’s New York Chapter, and is Chair-Elect of the American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries. She appears regularly as a speaker at music industry conferences nationwide, and has made frequent trips to Capitol Hill as an advocate for artists’ rights.
While she has no plans to quit her day job, Judy is also a musician and songwriter, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, The Ryman Auditorium, Radio City Music Hall, The Palace Theatre on Broadway, The Portland Waterfront Blues Festival, on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and in multiple PBS television specials. She is a longtime member of the Board of WhyHunger and The Rhythm & Blues Foundation, and has served as a consultant and producer in connection with numerous entertainment projects and charitable endeavors. She is a firm believer in the power of music to change the world. #havetambourinewilltravel