Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

Group Subscriptions

Select benefits of our course subscriptions include:

  • Supplementary resources for your students on a vast range of topics in art law.
  • Articles on our blog that can spark ideas for papers or classroom discussions.
  • Recordings of conversations among experts in the art law field.
  • Materials that can be assigned to students to read or watch and then write journal entries reflecting on what they have learned.
  • An insight for students into the art law community.
  • A source for job postings and internship opportunities in the art law world.
  • Case summaries to help students unpack current disputes occurring in the art law world. 
  • Opportunity for students to send inquiries to the Center.
  • Ability to have the Center moderate a discussion with a guest speaker for the students.
One Semester Course Subscription (per 10 students).....................................................$350 
  • Offer your seminar class a premium access to the Center’s archival materials, including recordings of past webinars, handouts and case corner access.
  • Each student will receive individual login and will be invited to provide feedback on the materials created at the Center, as well as suggest new subjects for research and discussion.
Academic Year Course Subscription......................................................................$600
  • We believe one could never have too much art law. Whether you are teaching Art Law 1 and Art Law 2 each year or wish to give your students enough resources to explore the legal landscape as it pertains to creative industries and the arts, consider offering your students this premium group subscription.
  • Each student will receive individual log in for the duration of an entire academic year, including the breaks and the exam periods.
  • Center’s team is available to work with faculty and teaching aids on creating customized auxiliary programs for your students on as needed basis.
Law Journals Access to Art Law Case Corner.............................................................$250
  • Attention Art Law Societies and Law Journal Editors, are you looking to offer Blue Book trainings or hunting for leads for what’s new in art law for seminars and articles? We invite you to visit our vast Case Law Corner.
  • Academic year subscription to Case Law Corner will offer you insights into art and cultural heritage legal decisions for all kinds of creative and constructive uses (journal notes, arguments, topics to discuss during your on-campus interviews).
  • Enjoy a group log in for your journal editorial team or club and mine the art law cases for your research and learning purposes.
  • Contact the Center with questions about pending and recent art law decisions from around the world.

We want to work with you and your budget. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions or suggestions how we can offer the Center’s resources to complement your educational objectives. To inquire about specially tailored experiences and group subscriptions, please contact us at info@itsartlaw.org.

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From copyright and contract law to immigration law, authenticity issues, and Nazi-era looted art, the Center for Art Law offers training opportunities to artists, attorneys, students, and scholars to further protect art and cultural heritage

The Center for Art Law is a New York State non-profit fully qualified under provision 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Center does not provide legal representation. Information available on this website is purely for education purposes and should not be construed as legal advice.
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