"Succinct topical essays, easy-to-read headers, extensive cross-references, and lists of further readings make this encyclopedia particularly valuable to researchers looking for Supreme Court information. The entries comprise landmark cases, biographical data of justices and other prominent figures, types of law, and the court's impact on U.S. Constitutional law."
"Much has changed in the fashion industry since the end of World War II to require more highly developed legal skills and, happily, a much greater allocation to legal expense. The industry is entirely global and a surprisingly large number of members have grown into mega multi-nationals, with large in-house legal departments and brand-name law firms to match the power of their own brand names."
This course guide contains a collection or library resources to support your research in BUS 331: Fashion Law and Public Policy