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 affects the trade in jewellery and precious stones. Running in London on 15th January 2019, the event is hosted with the support of international law firm Clyde & Co.
This seminar will cover areas such as design rights, fakes and forgeries, attribution and disputes. A great opportunity for newcomers to learn more about this fascinating topic, and a chance for experts to hone their skills.
Leading experts from a variety of law firms and institutions deliver the course. Speakers included:
- Tony Baumgartner, Partner, Clyde & Co
- Anthony Misquitta, General Counsel, Victoria & Albert Museum
- Jack Ogden, Former Chief Executive, Gemological Association of Great Britain
- Lucas Fear-Segal, Barrister, 2 Temple Gardens
- Paul Stevenson, Senior Advisory Lawyer, Church of England
- William Hawkes, Conservator Goldsmith, Fine Metalwork. Goldsmithing and Gemmology.
The event will be eligible for 3 CPD points.
Registration is available here.
Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics
We are excited to be hosting our popular Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics again starting in January 2019. This intensive, interactive course is designed to introduce both art professionals and lawyers to the specific legal risks and safeguards that underpin all art transactions.
This course will run over seven sessions running once a month beginning in January 2019. We are also excited to be offering a 10% discount for students who register before 3 December.
The seminars will be led by Alexander Herman (Assistant Director, IAL) and Emily Gould (Senior Researcher, IAL), with a number of guest lecturers.
Visit the course page for a full list of topics and information on how to register.