January 21, 2016
Cardozo Assistant Dean of International and Graduate Programs Valbona Myteberi

Cardozo Law Showcases LL.M. and FAME Programs in Paris

January 21, 2016 - Cardozo School of Law’s LL.M. program hits the road to Paris, putting an international spotlight on the FAME Center for fashion, arts, media and entertainment law.

Valbona Myteberi, assistant dean, Graduate and International Programs, is showcasing the LL.M. program during career events there, highlighting Cardozo's special relationship with key industries through its renowned intellectual property program. 

“I'm very excited to share the FAME Center at Cardozo Law with an international audience, to make them aware of the program’s deep connections to New York City's creative businesses," said Dean Myteberi. "We can help international LL.M. students become lawyers who understand the dynamics of transactions, brand protection, and challenging intellectual property issues in the states and in the global market."

Paris Event
The Paris event took place on Thursday, January 21 at the Leaders League, 6-8 rue de Saigon. It offered an inside look at careers in fashion, arts, media and entertainment law through the experiences of high-powered French experts discussed the global nature of these businesses. Participants included Nathalie Marchand of Baker & McKenzie SCP; Antoine Gautier-Sauvagnac, a leading media industry lawyer in Paris; and Robert Dodd, a powerful fashion lawyer based in Paris.

Dean Myteberi is in charge of global and international programs for the Masters of Law (LL.M) program, from which she herself is a graduate. Each year, students from over 70 countries come to Cardozo's Manhattan campus, located on lower Fifth Avenue, to study for their LL.M.

The FAME Center at Cardozo Law
Through its unique access to companies and professionals throughout the fashion, arts, media and entertainment industries, the FAME Center provides unprecedented training and development opportunities relating to the representation of businesses driven by the creative process. The program is designed to teach students to confront business challenges, which, in the era of social media and digital access, are evolving faster than ever before. Through a collaboration among Cardozo’s faculty, industry leaders and other institutions focused on the creative arts and entertainment businesses, students learn about the intersection of law and business in the fashion, performing and visual arts, entertainment, sports, industrial design, media and film industries.