Other school's event, Open for Columbians: May 24 NYU club ART & LAW: The Art of Art Collecting

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▶︎The online registration is ready now!!
https://nyu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iFuyM8L3QFetFTUIYNqeJA

Event summary


【ART & LAW: The Art of Art Collecting】
Date: Sunday May 24th
Time: 20:00-21:00 pm JST
Free of charge

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🥰Our moderator/panelist is Ms. Leila A. Amineddoleh who is an NYU alumna 🎉and also teaches "Art Crime and the Law" at New York University!!
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Leila A. Amineddole
Founder of Amineddoleh & Associates LLC
Leila A. Amineddoleh represents art collectors, museums, galleries, dealers, non-profits, artists, estates and foundations. She has been involved in matters related to multi-million dollar contractual disputes, international cultural heritage law violations, the recovery of stolen art and antiquities, fraud schemes, forgery authentication disputes, art-backed loans, and the purchase and sale of hundreds of millions of dollars of art and collectibles.
As a leading specialist in art authentication, Leila collaborates with the world’s foremost forensic scientists and art historians to assist collectors and arts institutions through the complex authentication process. She also advises clients on the acquisition and sale of fine arts and cultural heritage works, and she has been involved in the return of valuable stolen fine art and looted antiquities. Leila also works with artists and entrepreneurs to protect their works and artistic rights and to develop intellectual property portfolios.
An internationally recognized expert, Leila has lectured at esteemed institutions, including the Frick Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, the Neue Galerie, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Leila has appeared in major news outlets, including the New York Times, ABC News, Forbes, The Guardian, TIME Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. She has been published extensively in legal journals, and arts publications. As an advocate for the protection of cultural heritage, Leila proudly serves as a cultural heritage law expert for the New York District Attorney’s Office. Leila also teaches International Art & Cultural Heritage Law at Fordham University School of Law, in addition to Art Crime and the Law at New York University.

 

WHEN
May 24, 2020 at 8pm - 9pm
WHERE

Zoom call

This event does not have definite address as this is online event
Tokyo
Japan

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