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American Bar Association's Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee is composed of attorneys and students with an interest in the legal aspects of art and cultural heritage. Committee members work in settings including private practice, museums, government and academia. Through its quarterly newsletter, Year in Review summary, CLE courses and panel discussions, the committee endeavors to represent a variety of perspectives and has recently addressed a variety of legal topics including underwater cultural heritage, art works stolen during the Holocaust, ratification of the 1954 Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, the impact of war on the cultural heritage in countries experiencing conflict, issues relating to repatriation of cultural heritage improperly removed from its country of origin, implications of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 in cultural property litigation and legal issues relating to artists' authentication boards.
Read more about joining a Committee on the ABA website.
Below are a complilation of links from a variety of sources related to our program studies.
U.S. Department of State Cultural Heritage Center
FBI Art Crime Team
The American Alliance of Museums
The Antiquities Coalition
The Association of Art Museum Directors
Cultural Heritage Partners
Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation
U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield
World Archaeological Congress
Art Law Blog (Donn Zaretsky)
Art Law Report (Nicholas O'Donnell)
Chasing Aphrodite (Jason Felch)
Cultural Heritage Lawyer (Ricardo St. Hilaire)
Culturegrrl (Lee Rosenbaum)
Follow the Pots Project
Illicit Cultural Property (Derek Fincham)
It's Art Law (Irina Tarsis with guest bloggers)
Looting Matters (David Gill)
Museum Security Network
Nazi-Era Provenance Internet Portal
SheppardMullin Art Law Blog
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