The Yearbook of Cultural Property Law


Sponsored by the Lawyers' Committee — and published annually by Left Coast Press — the Yearbook of Cultural Property Law is an indispensable publication for anyone involved in preservation. This series  provides "up-to-date information on recent changes in cultural heritage and cultural property law to keep lawyers, heritage professionals, and land managers informed on current legal practice." All royalties go directly to the Lawyer's Committee.


Praise from Michael F. Brown of Museum Anthropology Review:

The Yearbook of Cultural Property Law isn't the kind of book you are likely to savor late at night while nursing a tumbler of your favorite single malt. It is, however, a reference work that provides a snapshot of important cultural-property milestones and legal developments of the past year, leavened by more theoretical chapters contributed by some of the field's most experienced practitioners. Anyone looking for a concise summary of how law intersects with the expanding field of heritage protection will want to consult this new series regularly.


 
 
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