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First International




Law Network

Madrid 21 Nov 2018

The meeting

 #IFLN 2018

On November 21, 2018 it produced the first international fashion law. Specialized lawyers from the fashion sector presented it from 10 countries took part, including Spain as host country. 

Taken part fashion designers, models, influencers, bloggers and other actors in the fashion and luxury industry. International organizations of intellectual property, advocacy and sustainable fashion also joined.


This meeting, organized by the Spanish Institute of Fashion Law (FLIS®), is the first world event of the “International Network of Fashion Law”, in which Spanish, Latin America, Portuguese, Russian and Turkish speakers will take part.

With a mixed and brief dynamic, the meeting will take place through three round tables and one brief presentations.

To know the topics of the presentations and round tables click here.


The speakers

Fashion Law Institute Argentina

Pamela Echeverria



Compliance at Fashion Law

Lawyer with orientation in Business Law, from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has done a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property from the Austral University, with WIPO. She is an Industrial Property Agent, developing her professional work as a lawyer on issues related to intellectual and industrial property in Argentina in her law firm Pamela Echeverría Lawyers.

She is the founder of the Fashion Law Institute in Argentina and Director of the blog “Law of Fashion”, (, the first and blog dedicated to the matter in Argentina.

Likewise, she has been coordinator with Susy Bello Knoll and André Mendes of the book “Moda, Luxo e Direito”, edited by El Dial.

He has collaborated in the drafting of the conclusions of the book “Law of fashion in Peru”, published by the Muñiz Study of Peru. Likewise, she has been the guest editor of the Argentine chapter in the “Ibero-American Fashion Law Guide”, published by ASIPI.



Criminal Law in Fashion Law

PhD student and Master in Criminal Law at Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Coordinator of the post-graduate program in Fashion Law at Faculdade Santa Marcelina. Specialist in Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Salamanca. Specialist in Economics and European Criminal Law at the Faculdade de Direito DA Universidade de Coimbra. Postgraduate degree in Fashion and Design from the Faculty of Santa Marcelina. Criminal Lawyer.

The Faculdade Santa Marcelina, renowned for its pioneering, tradition and training of professionals and creative entrepreneurs, created, in 2017, the first Brazilian post-graduate program in Fashion Law, coordinated by attorney Regina Ferreira, with a faculty composed of great names in law and fashion.

Fashion Law Brasil

Regina Ferrera
Los pies en el cemento

Fashion Law Colombia

Maria Juliana Marin



Commercial presence of a fashion brand in Colombia

María Juliana Marín Villarreal, is a Colombian lawyer, specializing in Commercial Law from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. She has a WIPO-certified specialist in Intellectual Property, and specialist in Fashion and Luxury Marketing and Communication from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Elle Magazine Spain. She is a Master’s degree in Fashion Law from the Centro de Estudios Garrigues in Madrid.

She teaches Fashion Law at LCI Bogotá and is a pioneer of Fashion Law in Colombia.




She focuses on Fashion Law, from 2016 to date she is the Director and Editor of the first Chilean Fashion Law Blog “Fashion Law Chile”: fashion law. Cl. She has also been a speaker in the years 2016 and 2018 at the International Fashion Law Seminar organized by the Universidad Mayor and the law journal LWLR. In addition, on two occasions the aforementioned LWYR magazine has published her articles on Fashion Law.

Fashion Law Chile

Maria Jose Gonzalez