ialci - international association of lawyers for creative industries

The international association of lawyers for the creative industries, ialci, was founded in March 2013, during Paris fashion week, in order to provide useful and up-to-date business and legal knowhow and solutions to the creative industries.

This international association of lawyers for the creative industries was formed by a couple of lawyers who regularly advise clients working in the music, cinema, fashion, luxury, high tech and art sectors.

The main goal of ialci, the international association of lawyers for the creative industries, is to enhance the collective knowledge of the creative industries, by organising seminars, webinars and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS), talks, google hangouts, podcasts, TV programmes about, and by publishing articles, newsletters, blogs and books on, business and legal topics of critical importance to the creative industries and entertainment sector.

Also, ialci is a network of entertainment lawyers and lawyers for the creative industries, who form a close knit community and cross-refer legal matters to each other, while picking each other’s brains on various cross-border legal matters.

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