The Fashion Law is an innovative specialty that originates in response to the particular needs of the demanding fashion industry. Born in the United States by the hand of Susan Scafidi, who identified the importance of training professionals in the fashion business. Currently the Fashion Law, or Law of Fashion, is in the consolidation and international expansion phase. With this new specialty, visionary and innovative professionals who specialize in the area will have the opportunity to be pioneers and stand out in this new market niche.

In Fashion Law, the legal aspects involved in the value chain of a garment are studied, starting with the idea, design, creation, development, production, promotion and marketing of the garment. Various branches of law converge in the Fashion Law to give shape in this specificity in which topics of industrial and intellectual property, competition law, labor law, contracts, real estate law, advertising, image rights, sustainability, social responsibility are studied. corporate, marketing, advertising, business, law of new technologies and sustainability, among others. Although they are pre-existing specialties, grouped and studied under the scheme of the fashion industry, they transform Fashion Law into a legal specialty made as a suit tailored to the fashion business and its actors..

¿Por qué especializarse

en Derecho de la Moda?

La moda es un sector económico que mueve millones de euros, que enfrenta desafíos que van más allá de la protección de sus diseños y la marca, por ese motivo y cada vez más exige a profesionales especializados que conozcan el sector y el funcionamiento del negocio.

Esta situación se equipara a lo ocurrido años atrás en la  industria del deporte, que por su peso e importancia económica comenzó a solicitar abogados expertos en el sector, dando cabida a la especialización en sport law o derecho del deporte, generando nuevas oportunidades profesionales.

 

 

Ahora es el turno del "Fashion Law o Derecho de la Moda", que ha surgido para cubrir las necesidades legales de un sector económico global que representa el 3 % del PIB mundial.

 

 

Esto se traduce en una gran oportunidad para aquellos profesionales que decidan formarse como especialistas en derecho de la moda de convertirse en expertos en un nuevo campo profesional y destacarse en el competitivo mundo laboral, posicionándose como referentes profesionales del sector.

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Programa Internacional en Derecho de la Moda

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