The Fashion Law Institute returns to Silicon Valley
in-depth look at fashion law and technology!!
At the Fashion Law Institute, when we want to learn more about cutting-edge industry developments that we believe will have major business and legal implications, we go straight to the source. For this Fashion Law Bootcamp: Special Edition on fashion and technology, we'd like to bring you along with us.
From wearables and smart textiles to data security and the disruption of the retail landscape, innovations in technology and design are transforming the fashion industry. Fashion Law Bootcamp: Special Edition will give you an inside look at how the multi-billion-dollar fashion tech sector is creating new opportunities for lawyers, designers, and entrepreneurs.
Fashion Law Bootcamp: Special Edition takes place from July 15-17, with classes at Levi's and The RealReal in San Francisco and Apple headquarters in Cupertino. This advanced survey of cutting-edge issues in fashion law and tech will cover such topics as
- intellectual property,
- counterfeit detection,
- data security and privacy,
- venture capital and fintech,
- blockchain and trade,
- wearables and health care,
- M&A, search, and antitrust,
- retail design, and
- social media marketing.
The program will start with a visit to Levi's on Wednesday afternoon, followed by a full day of classes on Thursday that includes a session at The RealReal and insights from other industry leaders. On Friday we'll travel to Cupertino, where Apple attorneys will join Professor Scafidi and other Fashion Law Institute faculty in discussing the emerging legal future of fashion tech.
The brief application form is below and is also linked here. Completed applications are reviewed as they are received.
Law students: Fashion Law Bootcamp does not issue a Fordham transcript; academic credit will need approval from your home institution. For additional information, please read this and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawyers: Both newly admitted and experienced attorneys will receive a maximum of 28.0 transitional and non-transitional, professional practice New York State CLE credits, for the online edition. We are looking into CLE certification for other jurisdictions.
California CLE credit certification renewal for the San Francisco/Silicon Valley edition is pending; based on previous years, the amount of CLE credits for this version should be 14.0 transitional and non-transitional, professional practice New York State CLE credits, and 12.0 CLE credit hours for California.
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. A student visa is NOT required; attendees typically use a B-2 or B-1 visa depending on their particular interests, or, for qualified countries, the visa waiver program. Please email us for more information.
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New York Online: June 1-5, 2021
Silicon Valley: July 2021 (email firstname.lastname@example.org for updates)
The New York edition covers the entire content of Professor Scafidi's pioneering two-credit-hour Fashion Law course.
The Silicon Valley edition covers special topics in fashion law with a technology focus, with sessions at the headquarters of leading brands. More details to be announced!
New York: $2450, which includes all expenses associated with the program, including materials and optional daytime events.
Silicon Valley: $975, which includes all expenses associated with the program (except for room and board), including printed materials and special events.
A $250 deposit is due with the application for either edition or both Bootcamps. The deposit is applied toward the program cost and is non-refundable once accepted into the program. We look forward to receiving your application!
There are a number of places to stay in San Francisco, and surrounding areas. Details are provided in the admittance letter.