ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH 
THE SNEAKER BUSINESS

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The groundbreaking, disruptive textbook is changing the way business, law and design is taught across the country. 


Whether you are a LAW SCHOOL, DESIGN SCHOOL, OR OTHER SCHOOL, you can adopt and incorporate this multi-disciplinary textbook in your classroom. 


Sneaker Law has already been incorporated into classes at schools like Harvard Law School, Parsons School of Design, Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), University of Miami Law School, Georgia State University, and others.

 

Read on to learn how to bring Sneaker Law to your school!

BENEFITS OF TEACHING SNEAKER LAW

Students will

  • gain confidence and independence by learning entrepreneurial principals; 

  • have an acute understanding of the legal topics required to grow and protect businesses; and

  • have fun learning difficult and often intimidating subject matter through the engaging and relatable lens of the sneaker industry.

LAW SCHOOLS

 

Sneaker Law is already being used as an educational tool in top law schools across the country. Sneaker Law teaches law students how to be more effective and creative practitioners.  

Sneaker Law will teach your law students:

  1. How to start their own business (incorporating, writing a business plan, and creating a brand)

  2. Marketing (what goes into product marketing and the different marketing mediums/mix)

  3. Manufacturing (how to create a sneaker, navigate factories and sustainability practices)

  4. Distribution (D2C, wholesale and retail distribution channels)

  5. Licensing (what a licensing deal is and how to negotiate one)

  6. Contractual terms (essential to negotiating any industry deal)

  7. Intellectual property and how to protect it (trademarks, patents, copyrights)

  8. Counterfeiting (the harm caused by it and what is being done to combat it)

  9. And more…

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DESIGN SCHOOLS

 

Sneaker Law has been adopted by some of the top design schools in the world. Providing design students with essential business and legal principals is necessary to advance their careers and make them more empowered creatives. Sneaker Law can be utilized in any business or legal course within your design school.

Many notable artists and designers, such as Daniel Arsham, Tiffany Beers, Don C, Salehe Bembury, Stephanie Howard, Jason Mayden, Steven Smith, and others have supported and praised Sneaker Law for providing a gateway for designers to understand the practicalities of the business and legal protections they will encounter in the fashion industry

Sneaker Law will teach your design students:

  1. How to start their own business (incorporating, writing a business plan, and creating a brand)

  2. Marketing (what goes into product marketing and the different marketing mediums/mix)

  3. Manufacturing (how to create a sneaker, navigate factories and sustainability practices)

  4. Distribution (D2C, wholesale and retail distribution channels)

  5. Licensing (what a licensing deal is and how to negotiate one)

  6. Contractual terms (essential to negotiating any industry deal)

  7. Intellectual property and how to protect it (trademarks, patents, copyrights)

  8. Counterfeiting (the harm caused by it and what is being done to combat it)

  9. And more…

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OTHER SCHOOLS

 

Sneaker Law is a multi-disciplinary approach to learning entrepreneurialism that can be adopted by any school looking to offer engaging coursework to their students.
 

Contact Sneaker Law by clicking the Learn More button below to find out how a creative curriculum can be built for your school and students of any age!