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Aude Sainte-Rose

Associate

After graduating from both French and Spanish law schools, Aude graduated with an L.L.M. from Fordham University in Intellectual Property Law with a special focus in Fashion Law. She regularly contributes for the Fordham Intellectual Property Media & Entertainment Law Journal as well as her own fashion law blog “The JurisFashion”. She also volunteers for the New York Fashion Law Institute’s pop-up clinics, providing legal assistance to designers and fashion industry professionals. Her personal interests include tennis, ski and waterski.

Education

Fordham School of Law, LL.M Candidate ’22, Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law, Partnership with Sorbonne University
Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Class of 2021, Master II Artistic and Industrial Property, Master thesis “Copyright and Fashion”
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Class of 2020, French and Spanish Law, Partnership with Sorbonne University
Fluent in Spanish and French

State Bar Admissions / Memberships
  • Sitting for the New York State Bar, July 22′
Publications
  • The Iconic Character of the Moon Boot Shape Does Not Make It Protectable Under European Law, IPLJ, April 2022.
  • For the U.S Public, Gruyere Does Not Necessarily Come From Switzerland or France, IPLJ, March 2022.
  • Fur in Fashion: Regulate or Ban? IPLJ, January 2022.
  • Could Sporting Performances Be “Original Works of Authorship” Under U.S Copyright Law? IPJL, November 2021.
  • https://thejurisfashion.blogspot.com
  • http://www.fordhamiplj.org/2022/03/04/for-the-u-s-public-gruyere-does-not-necessarily-come-from-switzerland-or-france/
  • http://www.fordhamiplj.org/2022/01/05/fur-in-fashion-regulate-or-ban/
  • http://www.fordhamiplj.org/2021/11/19/could-sporting-performances-be-original-works-of-authorhip-under-u-s-copyright-law/