Art, Business and Law LLM

Posted on: May 10, 2021 by

This unique Masters in Law Programme (LLM) is offered in partnership between the Institute of Art and Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London. The programme covers every major legal area affecting the art market and arts management and is ideal for practitioners in this field. The programme can be taken either full-time (one year) or part-time (two years) and will consist of six modules:

1. Art and Governance

2. Art Transactions

3. Art, Cultural Values and Ethics

4. Art and Money

5. Art and Intellectual Property

6. Art Disputes and their Resolution

For more information, please visit the Queen Mary School of Law website here. The first year of the LLM Programme began in September 2017 and it has run every year since then, including during the pandemic.

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About Alexander Herman

Alexander is Director of the Institute of Art and Law. You can find him on Twitter @artlawalex and on LinkedIn. His two books 'The Parthenon Marbles Dispute – Heritage, Law Politics' and 'Restitution – The Return of Cultural Artefacts' are out now.