The University of York's York Law School has announced that it will launch an LL.M. in Art Law next year.
The new LL.M., which will be run in cooperation with York's Department of History of Art, will cover a range of topics around the legal treatment of art and cultural heritage. The core curriculum will include courses such as "Art: Commodity or Valuable," and "Law and Art: Parallel Perspectives," among others. Students will also be able to choose one elective module offered by the Department of History of Art. Additionally, the LL.M. will also include a dissertation.
The new LL.M. in Art Law is set to launch in September 2019.
Prospective applicants whose language is not English may need to provide evidence of their English ability.
For more information, please see York Law School's LL.M. in Art Law program webpage.
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