In Spring 2020, Lehmann PLC’s managing partner, Walter Lehmann, will teach a new course at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. “Museum Law and Ethics” will explore the laws, ethical codes and best practices that regulate the museum field. From funding to governance, intellectual property to cultural property, the course will cover the various legal and ethical concerns that museums face today. Intended for law students, as well as museum studies and arts administration graduate students, the course will provide a legal foundation for those seeking a career working for and with museums, cultural organizations and arts communities.
Lehmann has previously taught graduate and undergraduate level courses in art and museum law at George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, and Mitchell Hamline Law School.
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