Our Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics (DipAPLE), which is once again running this year, began in October. This course covers everything from copyright in art and moral rights for artists, to sales and commercial agreements in the art world, to the law of treasure and scheduled monuments.
The course runs over seven months, with one full Saturday of teaching per month. The dates are as follows: 7 October 2017, 4 November 2017, 2 December 2017, 6 January 2018, 10 February 2018, 10 March 2018 and 24 March 2018. All classes will be held at Notre Dame University, 1 Suffolk St, in central London.
Instructors on the course will include Alexander Herman (IAL Assistant Director), Emily Gould (IAL Senior Researcher), Luke Harris (barrister, 5 Stone Buildings), Charley Hill (former DCI of the Metropolitan Police’s Art & Antiques unit), Tony Baumgartner (partner, Clyde & Co LLP), Hetty Gleave (partner, Hunters Solicitors), Tom Lewis (Nottingham Trent University), Prof Janet Ulph (Leicester University), Elizabeth Emerson (Shearman & Sterling), Richard Harwood QC OBE (39 Essex Chambers), Geoffrey Bennett, Simon Stokes (Blake Morgan) and others. Assessment will be done through three 3,000 word written assignments.
For more information on the content of the course, the cost, and to register interest for the next intake, please see here.