Via fashionista-lawyer-to-the-fashionista-stars Olivera Medenica, it’s time to roll up for the Federal Bar Association‘s 2016 Fashion Law Conference at the Parson’s School of Design!
Look, here’s the text I copied and pasted from the FBA website, minus the egregiously unfashionable FBA html:
Parsons School of Design: School of Fashion
Starr Foundation Hall, UL102
University Center New York, NY
The program is organized by the The Federal Bar Association in collaboration with CAREER SERVICES at The New School.
Fashion is a $300 billion industry in the United States—even more on a global scale. Join the Federal Bar Association for a high-energy conference focused on the unique legal issues affecting this economic giant. Legal professionals and industry representatives will explore practice areas including labeling regulation, ethical sourcing of labor, anti-counterfeiting, antitrust issues, e-commerce, and mobile apps.
Check out our guest post on The Fashion Law to examine shining examples of ethical bling and industry-related regulations in place to ensure the integrity of diamond and gold supply chains.
Previous related posts can also be found here. CLE credit is available, and attendees will benefit from networking opportunities throughout the day.
Interested in becoming a conference sponsor? Fill out our sponsor request form here and email to Heather Gaskins at [email protected]
Now, fabulous, no? Go! Registration, program and other information about the event are available at the FBA website.
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