The new degrees—a M.S.L. (Master of Studies in Law) for non-lawyers, and LL.M. (Master of Laws) for lawyers—follow the establishment, less than a decade ago, of the first fashion law course by Professor Susan Scafidi, which created the field.
In 2010, with the support of the CFDA, the Fashion Law Institute was established. Today, fashion law is no longer a new trend but an integral part of the business of fashion. For more, visit the story on the Law School’s webpage.