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What Membership Plan is right for me?


Full Membership

Full membership is at the discretion of the committee. To be a full member you will generally need to show an established track record and reputation as an art lawyer. That will usually mean:


  • you are a practising solicitor, barrister, lawyer or attorney

  • You have more than 5 years post qualification experience

  • The majority of your day to day activity consists of advising on art related matters

  • You have advised on 5 or more art-related contentious or non-contentious matters in the past 12 months

  • You are a published author of articles or textbooks on the art- related legal matters

  • You are recognised in a directory such as Chambers or the Legal 500 for your work in art and cultural property law

Associate Membership

Associate membership is appropriate if: 


  • you are a practising solicitor, barrister, lawyer or attorney but you don’t fulfil the  criteria for full membership

  • You are aspiring to become an art lawyer or build an art law practice

  • You want to find out more about art law 

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Student and Academic Membership

Student and Academic membership is for you if:


  • you are a student or academic with an interest in studying or becoming an art lawyer

  • You are a member of the public with a general interest in art law

  • You are a professional involved in the art world, but you are not a lawyer.


Corporate membership is for you if:


  • you are a law firm employing a number of art lawyers 

  • You are are interested in discounted membership and events

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