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 the International Committee of the Blue Shield’ by Fionnuala Rogers (Canvas Art Law Consultants)
- ‘Resolving disputes in the cultural sector’ by Dr Debbie de Girolamo (Queen Mary University of London)
- ‘Heritage crime’ by Emily Gould (IAL)
- ‘The rules around the trade in ivory artefacts’ by Julia Rodrigues Casella Hommes (IAL)
- ‘The case about Henry Moore’s ‘Old Flo’: Bromley v Tower Hamlets’ by Rebecca Reynolds (IAL)
- ‘Gifts of artworks‘ by Alexander Herman (IAL)
- ‘Deaccessioning and altering the context of collections’ by Hélène Deslauriers
Many thanks to the speakers and attendees who joined us and contributed to the interesting discussions throughout the day.
Our next event will be an Art & Taxation Afternoon Seminar on 7 June 2018 in London.