January 13, 2015

Art Law Conference and Education program: places still available

Sotheby’s Institute of Art
Image courtesy of Sotheby’s Institute of Art.

Sotheby’s Institute of Art, a pioneer in art law education, in collaboration with Claremont Graduate University, the Getty Leadership Institute, and California Lawyers for the Arts is holding an intensive three-day course, coupled with a two-day conference, on the practice of law in the international art world. Both the course and the conference are designed primarily for practicing attorneys but open to art world professionals and enthusiasts who wish to enhance their understanding of the regulatory and legal context of art and its markets.

The course and conference can be attended separately or together at a special combined rate, and both programs are approved for California Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit. Credit for other jurisdictions will be sought as necessary based on program participants.

Art Law Conference

This conference gathers together top attorneys and professionals to engage and debate the way that the law is actually encountered and practiced in the international art world. Sessions include “Liability v. Leadership: Advising Arts Organizations,” and “Art in the Age of Social Media: Right of Publicity and Copyright.” To view the schedule, click here.

Book now for special online prices.

Art Law Education program

This program aims to provide attendees with the practical knowledge and working tools to effectively represent clients in the art world and to build a strong art law practice. Sessions include “Stolen Art and WWII Restitution Issues,” and “The Architecture of the Art World.”  There are limited places available. To view the schedule, click here.


Art Law Conference and Education program: places still available

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