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Partner Hetty Gleave is reappointed to the Treasure Valuation Committee

  • September 24, 2019
  • By Hetty Gleave, Partner

Hunters are delighted to announce that partner Hetty Gleave has been reappointed to the Treasure Valuation Committee, which advises the Secretary of State on the fair market value of declared Treasure finds from England, Wales and Northern Ireland which museums wish to acquire.

Hetty advises on a range of matters relating to art and cultural property law, whether or not contentious. These have included disputes concerning attribution, provenance, title, illegally exported and excavated goods and the restitution of cultural property. She acts for a broad spectrum of clients including dealers, collectors, galleries, auctioneers and art market professionals.

Hetty is a Fellow of the Institute of Art and Law and teaches aspects of their Art Law diploma course. She is also a guest lecturer at Queen Mary and CCLS teaching on the Art, Business and Law LLM. She is regularly ranked as a leading individual in legal directories Chambers HNW, Chambers UK and The Legal 500.

Read the full announcement on the Gov.uk website here.

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