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Art Law Societies

Law schools graduate defense lawyers and prosecutors, judges and entrepreneurs help Art Law grow. Frequently they accept artists as students and end up with alums who are art collectors. Many law students with an interest in the arts may be able to join their student art law clubs and societies. Is your school on this list?

Boston College Law: Art Law Society (MA)

Brooklyn Law School: Art Law Association (NY)

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law: Art Law Society (NY)

CUNY School of Law: CUNY Law Students for the Arts (NY)

Fordham Law School: Fordham Art Law Society (NY)

George Mason University School of Law: Sports, Entertainment and Art Law Society (SEALS) (VA)

George Washington University: Art Law and Entertainment Society (DC)

Lewis & Clark Law School: Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section (OR)

Loyola University Chicago: Arts and the Law Society (IL)

New York University School of Law: Art Law Society (NY)

Rutgers Law School: Entertainment, Art, & Sports Law Society (NJ)

Seton Hall Law: Arts Law Society (NJ)

St. John’s University School of Law: Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Society (NY)

Tulane University Law SchoolEntertainment & Art Law Society (LA)

UCLA School of Law: Art Law Society (CA)

University of Connecticut School of Law: Art, Entertainment, and Sports Law Society (CN)

University of Southern California (Gould): USC Art Law Society (CA)

Villanova Law: Art Law Society (PA)


If your society is not on this list, you can contact us here.

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