Human Rights and Cultural Heritage: From the Holocaust to the Haitian Earthquake
Organized by the Cultural Heritage and the Arts Interest Group of the American Society of International Law
Cosponsored by the Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation, the Art Law Society of Cardozo Law School, and the Hofstra Law School Art and Cultural Heritage Club
31 March 2011 at Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY
The American Society of International Law, the Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation, the Art Law Society of Cardozo Law School, and the Hofstra Law School Art and Cultural Heritage Club invite professionals, students, and interested members of the public to join us in New York City for an exciting event entitled Human Rights and Cultural Heritage: From the Holocaust to the Haitian Earthquake.
is now open, but space is limited, so register early.
- Professional Members of ASIL or LCCHP: $50*
- Other Professionals: $100
- Student Members of ASIL, LCCHP, the Art Law Society of Cardozo, or Hofstra Law School Art and Cultural Heritage Club: $10*
- Other Students: $25
* To receive discounted registration, LCCHP members must first login to our online system, using the link in the top right hand corner. If you have forgotten your login information, please email email@example.com.
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Continuing Legal Education
3 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit hours will be provided. You may enroll for these credits during registration. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Information About Our Sponsors
Commission for Art Recovery
The Commission for Art Recovery was established in 1997 to spur efforts to restitute art that was seized, confiscated, or wrongfully taken undefined on a massive scale undefined as a result of the policies of the Third Reich and the devastation of the Holocaust.Unfortunately, even at this late date when fewer Holocaust survivors can benefit, much remains to be done. The Commission for Art Recovery deals with governments, museums, and other institutions internationally to help, through moral suasion, to bring a small measure of justice into the lives of families whose art was lost.
Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Herrick, Feinstein LLP was founded in 1928 by Abraham Herrick and Abraham Feinstein -- two young lawyers guided by entrepreneurial spirit and steadfast to the rule of law. Herrick, Feinstein is extremely proud to have developed one of the most prominent practices in art and cultural property law. We handle all types of art litigation and alternate forms of dispute resolution, and also actively represent and counsel clients in corporate and commercial art law matters.