JULIE ZERBO is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Fashion Law, one of the leading authoritative sources dedicated to the field of fashion law and the business of fashion. While in law school, she was profiled by the Wall Street Journal, MTV, NBC, and Reuters and her work is now regularly cited by publications including the New York Times, NBC, Forbes, the New York Post, and various Vogues worldwide, among others.
Julie authored a chapter and assisted in editing Fashion Law: A Guide for Designers, Fashion Executives, and Attorneys, the principal fashion law textbook in law schools in the U.S., as well as Navigating Fashion Law: Leading Lawyers on Exploring the Trends, Cases, and Strategies of Fashion Law and Essays in Economic & Business History. She consistently speaks and guest lectures at industry events and educational institutions, and in various media formats on the topics of fashion law, business, intellectual property at large, and pop culture, and exclusively pens Women’s Wear Daily’s “WWD Law Review” weekly feature.
She is also an advisory board member for New York Law School’s Fashion Law Initiative.