An Update on the Institute of Art and Law

The Institute of Art and Law sent along an announcement about an upcoming Study Forum and three new books:

We are holding a Study Forum on Saturday 3rd March in London.  It will start at 10.30 am and finish around 4.30 pm, and speakers will include Kevin Chamberlain, Richard Harwood, Charles Hill, Alexander Herman and Freda Matassa.  Further details can be found atwww.ial.uk.com/study030312 and reservations can be made either by email to Ruth Bowen (ruth.bowen@ial.uk.com) or online atwww.ial.uk.com/studyforumreserve.php.  The cost of the session is £144 (£120 plus VAT) with a 50% reduction for IAL members and past IAL students, and it will carry four hours’ Law Society CPD points.

In 2011 we published three new books – these can all be ordered online using the links below, or to be invoiced please email us

Taking it Personally: the Individual Liability of Museum Personnel, a collection of essays edited by Ruth Redmond-Cooper and Norman Palmer

Neglected Witnesses: The Fate of Jewish Ceremonial Objects During the Second World War and After
edited by Julie-Marthe Cohen with Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek

Cultural Heritage Conventions and Other Instruments: A Compendium with Commentaries by Patrick O’Keefe and Lyndel Prott.

Questions or Comments? Email me at derek.fincham@gmail.com

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