Events Archive

November 9, 2010
Jordan and Joan R. Leibman Forum
Fashioning the Law of Design: Wearable Intellectual Property

Speaker: Kenan L. Farrell, '03, Principal, KLF and Beth Bennett, Founder and Owner, Beth Bennett Couture
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100), Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis
Contact: Shaun Ingram at (317) 278-4789 or

Poster for the Leibman Lecture entitled Fashioning hte Law of Design: Wearable Intellecutal PropertyIP Attorney Kenan L. Farrell '03 and Designer Beth Bennett discuss "Fashioning the Law of Design: Wearable Intellectual Property" at this year's Jordan and Joan R. Leibman Forum on November 9, in the law school's courtroom.  1.25 Hours of CLE credit (pending approval).  No fee, but registration required:

Kenan Farrell, Attorney at Law, Class of 2003Kenan L. Farrell, ‘03
Principal, KLF Legal

Kenan L. Farrell is the founder of KLF Legal, an Intellectual Property and Entertainment law firm located on Mass. Ave., Indianapolis' Arts & Theater District. His practice focuses on the strategic development and protection of creative properties. Mr. Farrell represents clients in music, film, theater, television, book publishing and the visual arts throughout the United States and abroad. Mr. Farrell is the current chairman of the Indianapolis Bar Association's Solo and Small Firm Committee and also on the board of the Sports & Entertainment Committee. In these roles, he frequently speaks on a wide range of intellectual property, entertainment and practice management topics.

Beth Bennett, Fashion DesignerBeth Bennett
Founder & Owner, Beth Bennett Couture

Beth Bennett holds a BFA from DePaul University and a MFA from New York University and was trained as a costume designer for stage and screen. She is the founder and owner of Beth Bennett Couture, an umbrella micro-company for B Trousseau Couture and Picnic. B Trousseau Couture caters to a discerning client who seeks custom bridal or special occasion luxury. B Trousseau Couture’s mission is to set the bar for innovative custom bridal in Indianapolis and the Midwest. Picnic is a line of misses daywear separates and dresses that captures the spirit of modern romantic eclecticism. It exists as one of a kind pieces and limited number manufactured styles as well.