Tuesday, November 24, 2015
What the Art World Needs to Know about the Ivory Ban and the Proposed Federal Rule
Join our distinguished specialists as they discuss the poaching crisis; how the existing laws and the Proposed Rule that are intended to address the crisis impact the art community, and how the various factions of the art community have responded to the proposed regulatory changes.
This Program was organized together with the Fordham Art Law Society
Q&A and a Reception Follow the Talks
One CLE Credit will be offered for this Program (Transitional and Non-Transitional Professional Practice Credit Hours). CLE sign-up/credit is being handled separately through Fordham Law School.
Part I of the CLE Course Packet is accessible here
Part II of the CLE Course Packet is accessible here
Event Speaker(s)Marcus Asner
President's Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking
Chief, Division of Management Authority,
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Partner, Pearlstein & McCullough LLP
Director, The Frick Collection