As you regular readers know, last December Loyola Law School made history when it officially launched The Fashion Law Project – the very first “fashion law institute” on the west coast.
For those of you who may have heard me
up on my soap box discuss The Fashion Law Project, our mission is to bring all facets of Los Angeles’ fashion community together:
- to support each other;
- to learn and grow from each other;
- to highlight the ability to make and design in LA;
- to create jobs; and
- to draw attention to the important of Los Angeles in the global fashion market (which now tops 1 trillion dollars and is the second largest industry in the world behind food!).
I am honored to invite you to join me at our first ever event, a fashion law symposium titled, “One Chanel Does Not Fit All: The Fashion Law Implications of Omnichanel Marketing.”
March 22, 2014 — 9am to 4:30 pm. Networking Reception to follow.
Who Should Attend:
Fashion industry executives, design students, marketing professionals, law students, ecommerce strategists, brand owners and lawyers looking to break into Fashion Law.
Throughout the day, interactive panels will address how to create and launch a successful Omnichannel marketing plan, including the business and legal considerations and challenges faced by brands. The conference is jam-packed with speakers to help you understand the blurred lines between digital and bricks and mortar and how to establish a seamless on-line and off-line retail strategy. You will leave armed with tips and tricks, best practices and new connections to help your brand (or clients) succeed in this rapidly developing area.
We have an incredible line-up of speakers, including:
- Bruce Berton, CEO of B&B International; Professor at Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM);
- Bernard Campbell, Co-Founder, Fi3;
- Giovanni Feroce, CEO of Alex and Ani;
- Elton Graham, VP of E-Commerce, Kellwood Company;
- Deborah Greaves, Adjunct Professor of Law, Loyola Law School & Former GC of True Religion Brand;
- Candice Hyon, Corporate Counsel of Marketing, Privacy, & Intellectual Property, Forever 21;
- Lauren Indvik, Co-Editor in Chief of Fashionsta.com;
- Rey Kim, SVP and General Counsel, Halston;
- Danielle Lowy, Corporate Counsel, JustFab;
- Glyn Milburn, Business Team Member, Los Angeles Majors Office for Economic Development;
- Stacy Procter, Staff Attorney, Federal Trade Commission;
- Sean M. Scott, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs , Loyola Law School;
- Macala Wright, Digital Consultant, Why This Way; and
And, we still have a few more speakers to announce (surprises are good, right?!), so be sure to check back.
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
$95 – Registration
$20 – additional MCLE fee, if requested, for 1 hour Ethics credit for the 3pm panel, “Legally Good”
$25 – Current Students (non-Loyola)
Free for current Loyola Law Students with valid Student ID
Want to Sponsor The Fashion Law Project?
Email me or click here and select “Fashion Law Project on the drop down menu.”
Last but not least, make sure to save the date for our Summer Intensive! This is The Fashion Law Project’s summer “bootcamp” and will take place July 24, 2014 through August 1, 2014. Click here for more information and here to register.
ps – for all of you that wanted to meet for coffee, lunch, or to just “pick our brain,” this seminar would be a good time.