Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

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Join us and gain access to over 1,000 articles and case summaries brought to you by the Center for Art Law.

Art Law Blast | The Center’s free monthly newsletter with entertaining and colorful rundowns of all things art law, along with exclusive invitations to our events.
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Case Law Corner | Every month, readers can find summaries of select pending and recently decided art law cases by subscribing to the Case Law Corner and archives dating back to 2015.
Unlimited case summaries starting at $6.00/month.

Articles | Every week, the Center for Art Law publishes relevant, accessible, and editorially independent articles, intended for a worldwide audience of professionals and students.
Unlimited articles starting at $10.00/month.

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  • Unlimited access to weekly articles
  • Editorially independent content

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