Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

Sponsor a Summer Intern

Each summer, it has been our privilege to welcome talented and eager university and law students. Students learn so much from the wide range of issues we write and research about, and from being a subway-ride away from museums, galleries, and auction houses here in New York, and we aim to help them defray their expenses by providing them with a stipend.

Center for Art Law Summer Class of 2019 | From left to right: Tim Chung (Columbia Law ’21), Laurel Salisbury (Duke Law ’21), Jacqueline Crispino (Berkeley Law ’22), Cates Saleeby (Vanderbilt ’20), and Hannah Tager (Williams College ’20).

Therefore, we invite you to make a donation of $1,000 to sponsor the incoming class of summer interns:

  • to help each intern covering transportation and living expenses and admission to art fairs, museums, and conferences.
  • to expand the size of our offices during the summer and cover operational costs associated with running the Summer Internship Program.

Here’s what Jennie Nadel, Summer 2018 and Spring 2019 intern, has to say about our program: 

“The Center has provided me with a chance to foster my budding enthusiasm for art, museums and the law. As an intern I get to dig deeper into topics that interest me by writing articles, attend numerous talks by art world and legal professionals, and meet so many people with careers that I aspire towards. The Center has been a real learning opportunity for me, and I continue to pursue the knowledge I have gained at the Center towards a career in art law. “

Jennie Nadel, Summer 2018 and Spring 2019 Intern
Sotheby’s Institute of Art, M.A. in Art Business 2020

You too can give the gift of learning; we welcome all contributions!

Interested in becoming a sponsor?

Thank you to the law firms
who participated to our 2020 Summer Intern Fund!

The Center for Art Law was founded in 2009 to advance knowledge of the visual arts and cultural heritage law and became incorporated as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in 2018. All donations are considered charitable contributions and are fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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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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