May 27 - June 21, 2018
Co-sponsored by DePaul Univeristy College of Law and the Tulane Law School, this multidisciplinary program provides students the opportunity to study in-depth the relationship between international law, cultural heritage, and art through unique courses and multiple field trips. The program is also connected to three great externship opportunities: working with the Holocaust Art Restitution Project in Washington, D.C. or New York; working with the Cambodian government in combating the illicit antiquities trade; or working with UNIDROIT, the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law, in Rome.
About Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law
Founded by Distinguished Research Professor of Law Patty Gerstenblith, the Centerfor Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law promotes research and concentrated study in the rapidly growing areas of art, museum and cultural heritage law. CAMCHL was one of the first institutions of its kind in the United States to provide students extensive opportunities to explore unique cross-curricular offerings in these exciting areas of law.
- The International Legal Framework for the Protection of Art and Cultural Property
- From Black to Gray: the Markets in Stolen and Looted Art and Antiquities
- Beyond the Law: The Ethics of Collectors and Collections
- The Protection of Art in Times of Crisis: from War to Natural Disasters
For additional course information please visit the course section of the program's website.
For further program details including program costs, housing and application information, please visit Tulane Law School's Summer Abroad.