U.S. & International Law with Art Law Focus at Library Conference

Law librarian Amy Burchfield recently had the opportunity to attend the 40th Annual Course of the International Association of Law Libraries held at Stanford University. The conference covered U.S. and international law and technology, and included a one-day workshop on art law. The art law workshop included a presentation by Mei Li, the Assistant General Counsel for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on the contractual and insurance intricacies of relocating Diego Rivera’s massive mural, Pan American Unity.

The conference included tours of the Stanford University campus, which is beautiful.