IAL training for National Museums Liverpool

Posted on: July 4, 2018 by

One of the Terracotta Warriors on display at the World Museum, Liverpool, on loan from China (image c/o National Museums Liverpool)

We’re happy to be heading to Liverpool to provide legal training this week on collections, acquisitions and due diligence for the National Museums Liverpool. This is a one-day training open only to those working at museums within this larger network, including the Walker Art Gallery, the World Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Slavery Museum and the Museum of Liverpool. We look forward to the opportunity of working with the good people of Merseyside, who are in the middle of two major exhibitions at the moment: The Terracotta Warriors at the World Museum and Double Fantasy – John and Yoko at the Museum of Liverpool.

IAL provides similar in-house training courses to other institutions, lasting one, two or three days and covering a number of possible topics, from acquisitions and collections management (as here) to copyright and contracts to international rules and immunity from seizure. If you are interested in booking an IAL training course within your institution or company, you can find more information here.