Trailblazing Fashion Lawyer Brittany Rawlings Featured in Florida Daily Business Review

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Fashion law is unique because of the idiosyncrasies of the fashion industry, which really make it its own little devil, just like sports law.

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

The Daily Business Review selected Rawlings for the cover story because of her trailblazing work in the field of fashion law and for her unique dual perspective as a litigator and fashion designer. The Daily Business Review is Florida’s most influential business and official legal new source.

In 2009, when “fashion law” was hardly a Googleable term, Brittany Rawlings, then a law school student, turned to her books and professors to help her create tailor-made legal documents and analyze business situations for her own namesake jewelry line, B.RAWLINGS.

Like most fashion entrepreneurs, Rawlings has been the proverbial “one-man-band-stand”. A ‘Gen Art’s Fresh Face in Fashion’ in 2010, Rawlings single-handily leveraged press coverage to land her fashion line in international Vogue publications, Allure Magazine, People Magazine, select Bloomingdale’s department stores and international boutiques. Rawlings has jeweled celebrities, sold at Henri Bendel trunk shows, and had her work showcased on runways.

Upon law school graduation in 2010, Rawlings created a Fashion Law Division at the law office she worked at and advocated that the fashion law was a legit niche practice, similar to music law and sports law.

Now with her own fashion law practice and admitted to the bars of Florida, New York and Washington, Rawlings has developed a niche practice for the fashion industry.

The article points out that Rawlings is unique because of her dual perspective as a litigator and fashion designer, which The Daily Business Review says is the exact insight fashion lawyers need to have.

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About: Rawlings is an Executive Committee Member and Co-Chair of the Fashion Law Division of the Florida Bar’s Entertainment, Art and Sports Law Section. Rawlings’ honors and awards include being named one of Miami’s “Power 30 Under 30 in 2010” and receiving Business Leader Magazine’s “Women Extraordinaire” award in 2011. Rawlings is currently launching, a digital platform for fashion startups to learn business basics, promote their products, and connect with an exclusive vetted community of fashion media, bloggers, stylists and tastemakers.

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