As an entertainment lawyer, Harrison Reynolds has negotiated and drafted deals and contracts for television and film writers, directors, actors and producers, YouTube stars, recording artists, music producers, record labels, and AAA video game companies. His clients have included everything from A-list celebrities and Grammy-award winning artists to young talent just getting their start. Prior to coming to Reynolds & Associates, Harrison worked in Los Angeles as an entertainment associate at Greenberg Glusker.
At Stanford Law, Harrison worked for professors Paul Goldstein and Barbara van Schewick, developing and compiling the course outline and syllabus for IP Advanced Topics: The Future of Online Music and Online Video. Harrison is the recipient of multiple prizes for outstanding course performance (including in IP Advanced Topics: Private and Public Strategies for Managing the Information of the Future; Corporations; Intellectual Property and Antitrust Law; and Professional Responsibility), and is a published legal scholar. He attended college on a four year, full-ride academic scholarship, was valedictorian of his high school graduate class, and received a perfect score on the ACT college admissions test.
When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah and their two young boys, cooking good food, reading good books, writing, recording music, and getting a full night of rest.