Fashion Law Summer Intensive
July 28, 2016 - August 5, 2016
Pinterest. Twitter. Snapchat. Facebook. WeChat. Vine. Tumblr. How do you ensure that your brand is part of the conversation on every fashionable channel? Go viral! Find out how to do this within legal confines -- and more -- at the third-annual installment of the Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program hosted by The Fashion Law Project at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. It will offer two pods: one providing an intense foundation in the legal elements of growing and maintaining a fashion brand, and a second providing an exploration in the law behind viral marketing for fashion.
This program is designed for students in the fashion industry, practicing lawyers and fashion industry professionals seeking to develop and deepen their understanding of the relationship between the law and the business of fashion.
Staci Jennier Riordan, chair of the Nixon Peabody Fashion Law Practice Group and Loyola Law School Professor, along with Deborah Greaves, of Counsel to the law firm of Ezra Brutzkus Gubner LLP and a Loyola Fashion Law School Professor, as well as other fashion law attorneys and industry specialists, will be teaching the many topics covered in this nine-day program.
A certificate of completion will be awarded at the program's graduation ceremony. MCLE credit is available. Loyola Law School, Los Angeles is a State Bar MCLE-approved provider.
Portions of this course will be available remotely by live-stream and download. Class sessions included in video stream will be Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30 for $1,500. MCLE credit (16 hours) is available. Click here for more information.
Attendee Registration: $3,900
- Welcome Reception on 7/28
- Full day of instruction with breakfast, lunch & snacks on 7/29 - 7/30
- Half day of instruction including field trip, and transportation on 7/31
- Evening class (refreshments and snacks included) from 8/19 - 8/4
- Graduation Ceremony & dinner on 8/5
- MCLE hours
- Program materials & handouts
- Daily on-site parking
If accepted into the Fashion Law Summer Intensive program, a $500 deposit will be due within two weeks from the date of acceptance, which will be applied toward the cost of the program. The balance will be due by July 15, 2016.
Loyola Fashion Law Scholarships are available and may cover partial tuition up to $2000. Scholarship funding is designed to give qualified applicants financial support to attend the Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program. To be considered for a scholarship, please apply here.
In the event that a student is no longer able to attend, written notice of cancellation must be faxed no later than July 19, 2016 to 213.384.1659 for a refund minus a $195 administration fee. No refunds on or after July 20, 2016.
Participants are responsible for making their own travel, hotel and transportation accommodations, except for scheduled field trips.
PROGRAM TOPICS *Program topics are subject to change.
• Fashion Today: An Industry Overview
• How to Launch A Fashion Line
• Intellectual Property Considerations in Fashion
• Copyright Considerations: IDPPA
• Ins & Outs of Fashion Importing & Exporting
• Fashion Employment Law
• Advertising and Social Media Legal Considerations
• Fashion M&A
• Real Estate Impact in Fashion: Retail Leasing
• Creating Brand DNA in Fashion: Building Strategy & Key Considerations
• Incorporating Celebrities into Fashion Campaigns: Use of TV and Film
• International Fashion Hot Topics
• Fashion Law Clinic
The Fashion Law Summer Intensive program offers 29 hours of classroom instruction time and covers the same topics and material that Professor Riordan regularly teaches in Loyola Law School’s 2-unit Fashion Law course. However, this program is not eligible for academic credit from Loyola Law School, and it will not be listed on your law school transcript. You will be awarded a certificate of completion from the Fashion Law Project at Loyola Law School at a graduation ceremony at the conclusion of the Fashion Law Summer Intensive program.
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