Professor Stephen Urice Discusses Legal Issues in Museum Administration


Professor Stephen Urice gave two presentations on Legal Issues in Museum Administration at the ALI CLE. Professor Urice also participated in a panel discussion "The Artist as Philanthropist: Arstist-Endowed Foundations as a New Force in Cultural Philanthropy" as part of the Aspen Institute's National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations. Professor Urice teaches Trusts & Estates, Law and the Visual Arts, Museum Law, and Cultural Property Law. He lectures nationally and internationally on cultural heritage law and policy and has served on the faculty and planning committee of the ALI-ABA course of study "Legal Issues in Museum Administration" for many years. He is co-author of the standard art law casebook, Merryman, Elsen, and Urice, Law, Ethics and the Visual Arts (5th. Edition, 2007).