From being a signatory to an Amicus Brief concerning Nazi-looted art to participating in various panels and symposia to being elected CHAIG Chair, it has been a busy fall term for California Western Professor Emily Behzadi. Click on the links below to find out more.
Oct. – One of 14 law professors who filed an Amicus Brief before the Supreme Court in the case of David Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation, which was granted certiorari in October. Read More
Oct. 14 – Facilitated an #ABA panel discussion on how the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement will impact the international entertainment industry. Read More
Oct. 28 – Elected Chair of the Cultural Heritage Interest Group of the American Society of International Law (#CHAIG). American Society of International Law
Nov. 12 – Panel member at American University’s symposium on the implications of non-fungible tokens (#NFTs) on Intellectual Property law and Securities/Fintech law.
Nov. 16 – Panel member at #ABA Young Lawyers Division Women of Color Task Force's “So You Want to Be a Law Professor?” Program. Register Here
Dec. 8 – Presenter at the Georgetown University Law Executive Education Program on Cultural Heritage & Art Law. “Illicit Antiquities Trafficking.” Read More