Graduates from our Master (LL.M.) in Fashion Law acquire the necessary knowledge and experience to work for:
Fashion lawyers are particularly valuable as in-house counsels given the specific nature of this business sector, which requires legal professionals with multidisciplinary competences and understanding of complex legal issues at national, transnational and international level.
- Law Firms:
A growing number of law firms and consulting firms are focusing on fashion law given the increasing demand for transactional, contractual and litigation services in this industrial sector, which demand experience in a range of legal fields, traditionally managed through separate “legal departments”.
- Textile, Jewellery, Hi-Tech Industries:
The launch of fashion products involves several steps and a wide range of activities often performed by different suppliers and partners that may entail intricate contract negotiations, shared responsibility for transportation and distribution, protection of copyright, and patent rights.
- Business Organisations and Trade Associations:
Given its interdisciplinary nature, studying fashion law allows participants to pursue a legal career in the framework of business and trade organisations in charge of regulating, supervising and promoting the fashion market.
To assist current and future graduates achieve their professional goals, Luiss School of Law assures its support, ranging from ad hoc training and preparation for job placement activities to developing career opportunities. Upon attainment of the diploma, special care is devoted to the establishment of internships and traineeships in areas of potential interest for Fashion Law graduates. During the Master program, contacts within the fashion world are facilitated.