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By: Caroline Smith
Junior Associate Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy
In a world of Instagram influencers and fashion bloggers, knock-off designer looks seem inevitable. However, with retailer giants such as H&M, Zara, and FashionNova producing new collections seemingly overnight, how many of these designs are actually “original?” Continue reading “She Stole My Look — How Archaic Copyright Laws Hinder Litigation to Protect the Original Work of Fashion Designers”
Photo Credit: Dave McNary, Alice Marie Johnson, Former Inmate Kim Kardashian Helped Pardon, Sets Movie, TV Deal, Variety (Feb. 6, 2019, 10:59 AM), https://variety.com/2019/film/news/alice-marie-johnson-kim-kardashian-movie-deal-1203130201/.
Kim Kardashian West with Alice Johnson, Former Inmate
By: Jean Talbott
Senior Associate Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy
Kim Kardashian has made media headlines yet again announcing her plans to become a lawyer. Kardashian plans on accomplishing this goal through “reading the law,” which prior to 1870 was the only option for aspiring lawyers. Kardashian attended Pierce College, where she completed 75 credit hours but did not finish college. Continue reading “Law Office Study Apprenticeship Programs: How Kim Kardashian Hopes to Become An Attorney”