Center for Art Law

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Artist Legacy and Estate Planning Clinic Keynote Address: March 30, 2022

The Center for Art Law's newly launched Artist Legacy and Estate Planning Clinic had its second 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 for this clinic was done by Ralph E. Lerner About the Speaker: Ralph E Lerner has advised and negotiated more public auction sales and private transactions of art over the past 40 in the United States, including numerous sales and purchases in excess of $100,000,000. – representing collectors, estates, artists, law firms and foundations. He has served as Chairman of the Art Law Committee of the Association of the

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