Loyola Law School | 2016 Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program

I am so excited to say that I am off to Los Angeles, and more specifically Loyola Law School for their 2016 Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program(me). Excited is an understatement right now.  So I will be heading to LA at the end of June, and coming back mid August.

You may remember that at the start of the year I wrote a blog post introducing Fashion Law and potential scope for that in the UK, you can read it here if you haven’t.  I do have a keen interest in exploring the topic of Fashion Law and to be able to learn in the US is amazing.

Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program

Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program
Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program

Loyola Law School run a number of fashion law related courses and programmes, under their Fashion Law Project umbrella.  I will be there (as mentioned above) for their Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program.

You can read all about the amazing Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program here but briefly “The Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program is an annual weeklong immersion into the law behind growing a fashion brand; this year’s installment will focus on viral marketing. 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. This year’s session will run July 28-August 5, 2016.”.

I will upload a couple of blog posts over the coming weeks all about Loyola Law School, The Fashion Law Project that they run, the Summer Intensive Program and some of their other courses under The Fashion Law Project.

I was just very excited to get a place on this course, and wanted to quickly share the news with you!

Rebecca x

Just to make the reader aware this is all my own content, I have not been asked by anyone to write about this, I am not being paid to attend the course or write about.

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