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    does a career like this exist

    is there such thing as fashion law?? is it in terms of intellectual property etc?. For big labels like dior , chanel etc what would someone have to study to work there as a lawyer
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    Re: does a career like this exist

    Quote Originally Posted by zeee1999 View Post
    is there such thing as fashion law?? is it in terms of intellectual property etc?. For big labels like dior , chanel etc what would someone have to study to work there as a lawyer
    I don't think "fashion law" specifically but I guess intellectual property is a "pathway"

    Have you ever heard of a "patent attorney"?

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    Re: does a career like this exist

    Sure, in house lawyer for these big fashion labels. More of a generalist.

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    Re: does a career like this exist

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxxnuts View Post
    I don't think "fashion law" specifically but I guess intellectual property is a "pathway"

    Have you ever heard of a "patent attorney"?
    yeah , is there a specific type of law degree that would be most suitable or doesnt it matter
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    Re: does a career like this exist

    Quote Originally Posted by zeee1999 View Post
    yeah , is there a specific type of law degree that would be most suitable or doesnt it matter
    I don't think there are any distinctions between different 'types' of law degree, at least in Australia. All law degrees (LLB or JD) must adhere to the same core academic requirements set by the various state-based Law Societies for admission into the profession. In this sense the specific degree program you enrol in doesn't particularly matter.

    However, if you want to specialise in IP law or orient your career towards in-house work at a fashion label, you can use elective subjects within your degree to focus your studies towards these areas. Alternatively you could potentially do an honours thesis or LLM specialising in these areas of law after graduation.

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