On Saturday 12 October 2019 The Institute of Art and Law in London will be holding an all-day Study Forum, running from 9.45 am to 5pm. The event will be hosted at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), Queen Mary University of London. The event will consist of a variety of talks from a number of different speakers, each covering a specific area related to art and cultural heritage law, including:
- ‘Attribution disputes before the courts’ by Lisette Aguilar (Keystone Law, former legal counsel at Sotheby’s)
- ‘Sovereign immunity as it relates to art and cultural heritage’ by Luke Tattersall (barrister, Essex Court Chambers)
- ‘Provenance research and spoliation’ by Dr Jacques Schuhmacher (Gilbert Provenance and Spoliation Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum)
- ‘The new Anti-Money Laundering rules and how they impact the art trade’ by Julia Rodrigues Casella Hommes (Researcher, IAL)
- Copyright and appropriation art’ by Maryam Parsioon (Queen Mary University of London)
TO BOOK TICKETS CLICK HERE.
Attendance is priced at £72.00 (inc. VAT) for IAL members (and UKRG members) and £144.00 (inc. VAT) for non-members.