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The Courtauld Institute Law Society

The Courtauld Institute Law Society aims to facilitate exploration into the fascinating and continually evolving intersection of art and law. The society is geared both at those interested in pursuing law after their BA, as well as those of you who think you might have a passing interest in the subject.

Past events included speakers from The Art Loss Register, Collyer Bristow, Simmons and Simmons, and Hogarth Chambers. Last year we hosted over several weeks the formally certificated ‘Introduction to Art Law Course’ led by barrister Stephanie Wickenden, as well as three other events with speakers from the Institute for Art & Law, Mischcon de Reya and Constantine Cannon.

From September 2016 we are offering the formal DipAPLE . This Diploma in Art Profession and Law Ethics, is an intensive, week long, interactive course delivered by the prestigious Institute of Art and Law designed to introduce both art professionals and lawyers to the specific legal risks and safeguards that underpin all art transactions; the course has been redesigned from it’s usual format specifically for Courtauld Law Society members.

Professionals in law and from other law societies are welcome to attend all events, seminars and lectures; though only Courtauld current students and alumnae have discounts on the paying events.