We strive to inform the public about cultural heritage issues; engage in policy debates; file amicus curiae briefs in litigation; endeavor to raise the profile of cultural heritage law in our nation’s law schools; and serve as a clearinghouse for academic, employment, and internship opportunities for law students. We sponsor an annual Law Student Writing Competition and hold conferences on hot topics that feature and attract top names in the field. Our membership is not restricted to lawyers; we welcome both institutional and individual members, including individuals without legal training. We invite you to peruse our website to learn more about who we are and what we do.
Tom Kline, President