Welcome to Bootcamp! The Fashion Law Institute's unique annual Summer Intensive Program, fondly known as Fashion Law Bootcamp® and now in its 7th year, is your opportunity to experience the newly defined field of fashion law outside of the regular law school curriculum.
The next edition of Fashion Law Bootcamp is scheduled to take place in New York from May 30-June 9, 2017. This program will introduce you to the substance of style, with emphasis on current business and legal issues involving the global fashion industry.
Fashion Law Bootcamp will also once again be offered in San Francisco and Cupertino. This year's program is scheduled for July 26-28, 2017, and it will focus on fashion law and technology, including intellectual property, licensing, privacy, supply chain, and social media issues. If interested, please email for additional details!
Fashion Law Bootcamp is run by Professor Susan Scafidi, Founder and Academic Director of the Institute, who pioneered the field of fashion law. She is the first professor to create a course in the area and is internationally recognized for her expertise. The program will also include guest lecturers from the fashion industry, and participants will also have the opportunity to meet industry insiders at additional events.
Fashion Law Bootcamp® is open to lawyers, fashion industry professionals, law students, and others in the U.S. and abroad who are interested in broadening their knowledge of the law and business of fashion. The program is an excellent way for fashion industry professionals to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the legal issues that they deal with on a regular basis, or for practicing lawyers to expand their current practice or even jump start a change in career. Individuals who have not yet had academic or practical exposure to the law and business of fashion, including design students and other undergraduates entering their final year of study, are eligible to apply but must have a demonstrated scholastic aptitude and willingness to take on the challenge of studying legal materials.
Space in Fashion Law Bootcamp is limited and early applications are encouraged. Completed applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received.
Lawyers: Both newly admitted and experienced attorneys will receive a maximum of 28 transitional and non-transitional, professional practice New York State CLE credits, for the New York Edition, and for the West Coast edition, 12 classroom hours, California (pending) and 14 hours, New York.
Certificates of completion will be awarded to all participants at the conclusion of the program.
If you are not a U.S. citizen or legal resident and are in or will enter the U.S. as a non-immigrant, you may need a visa to attend Fashion Law Bootcamp. Please click here for more information.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION about Fashion Law Bootcamp, please email email@example.com.
East Coast: May 30 to June 9, 2017
West Coast: July 26-28, 2017
East Coast: $3,900
West Coast: $1,950
The fee includes all expenses associated with the program, including printed materials and special events.
A $500 deposit is due with the application. The deposit is applied toward the program cost and is non-refundable, unless not accepted into the program.
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