Author Archives: Kiri Cragin Folwell

Meet our Alumni: Becky Shaw, Senior Associate at Boodle Hatfield

Posted on: May 8, 2019 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

We are pleased to be launching a new series at the Institute of Art and Law featuring alumni from our courses. Becky Shaw, Senior Associate at Boodle Hatfield, participated in our Diploma in Art Law. Read about her background working with the art litigation team at Boodle Hatfield and experience with distance learning at the Institute […]

Two IAL Courses Running in Australia in July

Posted on: April 4, 2019 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

We are excited to announce that the Institute of Art and Law, in collaboration with the Australasian Registrars Committee, will be running two of its most popular courses in Australia this year in July. Diploma in Law and Collections Management The five-day Diploma in Law and Collections Management course will run in Melbourne from 8 […]

Talk by Alexander Herman on museums, ethics and deaccession

Posted on: March 13, 2019 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

Last week, our Assistant Director Alexander Herman gave a talk at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, on the topic of museums, law, ethics, deaccession and restitution. The talk was entitled “Values & Art: Ethics in the Management of Culture” and was part of Ryerson’s Business Ethics speaker series at the Ted Rogers School of Management. […]

Study Forum in London and Upcoming Talks

Posted on: February 26, 2019 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

Thanks to everyone who joined us at our sold out study forum on Saturday. Held at Notre Dame University in London, we were fortunate to hear a variety of presentations from specialists in art and cultural heritage law. The first talk of the day was on auction houses and third party guarantees. Christine Burron, the […]

January 2019 Course and Event

Posted on: November 12, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

We are delighted to be offering two exciting programmes in January 2019 to begin the new year, the first our morning session on Jewellery & Law and the second our longer Diploma course for art professionals/lawyers running until mid-2019. Jewellery & Law Morning Seminar This will be a morning seminar on the law as it […]

Study Forum in London

Posted on: October 25, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

On Saturday, 20th October, we were pleased to offer a study forum hosted at Notre Dame University in London. The day covered a variety of topics delivered by experts from universities, law firms and the Institute of Art and Law. Institute of Art and Law Assistant Director, Alexander Herman, spoke about a case before the […]

Study Forum at New College in Oxford

Posted on: July 30, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

Yesterday, on Saturday 28 July, the Institute of Art and Law were pleased to offer a study forum hosted at beautiful New College, Oxford. The day covered a diverse programme of topics including tax incentive schemes, heritage and planning and Nazi-looted art. Speakers included: Colin Harrison, Senior Curator of Western Art at the Ashmolean Museum, spoke eloquently on […]

New speaker added to the Art & Taxation Afternoon Seminar

Posted on: May 31, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

We are pleased to announce that Clarissa Vallat will be joining us as a panellist at our Art & Taxation Afternoon Seminar on 7 June. Clarissa is a Director of Tax, Heritage & UK Museums at Sotheby’s. Other speakers at the event include: Roderick Cordara QC, barrister, Essex Court Chambers Ruth Cornett, Director, Heritage & Taxation Advisory […]

Assistant Director Alexander Herman quoted in New York Times

Posted on: April 5, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

Assistant Director Alexander Herman was quoted yesterday in the New York Times article U.K. Museum Offers Ethiopia Long-Term Loan of Looted Treasures. Alexander commented on treasures taken from Ethiopia 150 years ago that could be returned on a long-term loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum. He said, “The loan is a powerful method of […]

Study Forum in London

Posted on: March 6, 2018 by Kiri Cragin Folwell

On Saturday 3rd March 2018 we were pleased to host an all-day study forum in London at the Queen Mary University’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies. The event had talks from expert speakers covering specific areas related to art and cultural heritage law. Talks included: ‘The Implementation of the Hague Convention and the work of […]