Fashion Law Week in D.C is Seeking Interns, Deadline to Apply September 6th, 2012 #Fashionlaw

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“Fashion Law Week (FLW) is seeking interns for fall 2012 and spring 2013 to assist in the planning and coordination of FLW 2013. FLW is a weeklong conference that was created at the Howard University School of Law in 2010. It is the first event of its kind in the nation bringing together lawyers, designers, bloggers, manufacturers, policy makers, academics, fashion enthusiasts and others to explore the intersections between fashion, law, and commerce.

Interns will be unpaid; however, through your participation you will undoubtedly gain invaluable learning experiences, in addition to building your resume and networking with heavy weights in the fashion industry and legal profession. FLW may provide letters of recommendation to worthy participants.

If you are a student interested in an
internship opportunity with FLW, please, contact us at with responses to the following:

1. Please explain your background in any or all of the above: Fashion (business & law), Media, Public Relations/ Marketing, Event Planning, Intellectual Property Law, Web and/or Graphic design.
2. What interests you about Fashion Law and/or Fashion Law Week?
3. Are you able to devote at least 5 hours and no more than 10 hours per week to FLW?
4. Contact information for two references.

**Please, understand that this is strictly a volunteer position and we are unable to provide school credit or compensation at this time. Please, also keep in mind that our interns are expected to treat this opportunity as they would any other professional or internship opportunity.

Please submit your application by Thursday, September 6th, 2012.”


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