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Artist Legacy and Estate Planning Clinic Keynote Address: July 14, 2021

Estate Planning Clinic 2021 The Center for Art Law’s newly launched Artist Legacy and Estate Planning Clinic had its inaugural session with an evening of low-cost consultations with attorneys, tax experts, and other arts professionals with experience in estate and legacy planning. The Keynote Address was on Legacy and Estate Planning by Yayoi Shionoiri. About our speaker: Yayoi Shionoiri serves as Executive Director to the Estate of Chris Burden and the Studio of Nancy Rubins, where she is responsible for stewarding Burden’s art historical legacy and promoting Rubins’s artistic practice. She also serves as U.S. Alliance Partner to City Lights Law, a Japanese law firm that

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