We are pleased to announce our next Study Forum, which will be a virtual event, on 19 March 2022. Like our earlier study forums, this will provide an opportunity to hear about some of the fascinating issues and recent developments in the art and cultural heritage law field.
Topics and speakers to include:
- The role of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee in matters of restitution and repatriation – Dr Andrzej Jakubowski, University of Opole
- Art crime and recovery – Sophie Hayes, Detective Constable, Metropolitan Police
- Fakes and forgeries of art and manuscripts – Dr Nicholas Herman, Curator at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania Libraries
- Authenticity disputes – Roland Foord, Partner, Stephenson Harwood LLP
- Developments and practice in the law of treasure – Crispin Oliver, barrister and coroner
- Artist/dealer disputes – Adam Jomeen, Founder, Art Law Studio Ltd
- Posthumous art, law and the art market – Dr Sharon Hecker and Professor Peter J. Karol to discuss their new book published with Routledge (2021)
To book a spot, CLICK HERE.
The full details are as follows:
Date and Time: 19 March 2022, from 10.45 am to 6.00 pm (UK time)
Cost to attend: £72.00, incl VAT (£60.00 + £12.00 VAT). 50% discount for IAL members (and UKRG / BADA members). The event is free for IAL distance learning students. Click above link for more details.
This event qualifies for CPD/CLE points.