The Fashion Law Institute boot camp applications open

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The Fashion Law Institute has opened the application period for its 2016 Fashion Law Boot Camp. The event will be held in two locations, with one boot camp held in New York City between May 24th and June 3rd, 2016 and the San Francisco camp occurring during August 2016. The program, run by Professor Susan Scafidi, one of the pioneers of fashion law, is open to both professionals and students. If you are interested in a career in Fashion Law, this is one of the world’s only opportunities to learn from industry insiders and develop your skills. An excerpt of the program’s description goes as follows:

Bootcamp will explore diverse areas that affect the fashion industry and are at the heart of the Fashion Law Institute, including intellectual property, business and finance, international trade and government regulation, and consumer culture and civil rights. Within these categories, specific topics include the protection of fashion designs, counterfeiting, licensing agreements, fashion financing, garment district zoning, real estate, employment issues from designers to models, consumer protection, sustainability and green fashion, import/export regulations, sumptuary laws, and dress codes.

To read more about the upcoming 6th edition of the event, you can visit the Institute’s website here.

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