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Petra Warrington appointed as Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee

  • April 06, 2020
  • By Petra Warrington, Senior Associate

We are delighted to announce that Petra Warrington has been appointed as Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the IBA’s Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee.

The Committee on Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law is concerned with all aspects of law as it relates to art, artists, and cultural heritage in the broadest context. This extends from archaeology and the protection of ancient monuments to national heritage and public and private collections to the art trade and contemporary art. ‘Art law’ is an interdisciplinary field involving tax (individual estates and charities), commercial transactions, intellectual property in all aspects and private and public international law.

Read more about the Committee via the IBA website here

 

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