Learn about Art Law practice with Alumna-in-Residence Erika Todd, ’13, an Associate in the Art and Museum Law Group at Sullivan & Worcester in Boston. Ms. Todd represents clients with a variety of legal issues that arise in the art world, such as ownership disputes and museum governance. She has particular experience representing individuals in cases that arise from events of the Holocaust and World War II. Her practice also includes complex, commercial, and employment disputes. Prior to joining Sullivan & Worcester, she worked at a litigation boutique in Boston. Ms. Todd will share her experience during a catered lunch conversation and in one-on-one appointments. RSVP required. Co-sponsored by CSEL and JSEL.
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