Ann Harrison has been a practising media lawyer since 1983. She became a partner of leading entertainment firm Harbottle & Lewis in 1992 and now heads up the Music Department there. She specialises in copyright and contract law with increasing emphasis on new media and means of delivering music to the public via the Internet. Her clients include Robbie Williams, PJ Harvey. The Corrs and Bernard Butler as well as composers like Barrington Pheloung, who wrote the Theme to Inspector Morse. She also advises organisations like Ministry of Sound as well as computer games publishers, Eidos and SCI.