As most of you know, in addition to running the Fashion Law Practice group at Nixon Peabody, I lead the Fashion Law Clinic every spring for Loyola Law School’s Fashion Law Project.
The Fashion Law Clinic (“FLC”) is currently accepting new clients. The students members of the FLC offer free legal services to emerging fashion companies as well as people working in a creative pursuit or in the entertainment industry.
The only requirements are:
- the clients be need- based or otherwise deserving;
- the work can be handled between now and the end of April (because the law students are enrolled on a semester basis);
- the companies/people be LA-based (OC is fine too); and
- the companies/people be responsive (which is hard sometimes for creative types dealing with legal stuff).
The FLC can handle a wide variety of tasks, from corporate formation, trademark and other IP protection, social media, contracts, data privacy, labeling, website terms and conditions, etc.
If you or anyone you know would be a good fit, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to share this post.