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Leila Amineddoleh
Adjunct Professor of Law

Fordham University School of Law
140 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
Email: leila.alexandra@gmail.com

Publications

• “Protecting Cultural Heritage by Strictly Scrutinizing Museum Acquisitions,” Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal, Vol. XXIV (forthcoming Spring 2014).

• “Nazis, Monuments Men, Hidden Treasures, and the Restitution of Looted Art,” Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Journal, New York State Bar Association (forthcoming Spring 2014).

• “The Role of Museums in the Trade of Black Market Cultural Heritage Property,” Art Antiquity and Law, Vol. XVIII, Issue 2 (October 2013).

• “Museums have a Responsibility to Protect Cultural Heritage,” AEDON, Journal of Arts and Law Online, No. 2, 2013, ISSN 1127-1345.
 
• “Will the U.S. Supreme Court Provide Insight to Nazi-Era Looted Art Disputes?,” Entertainment, Art & Sports Law Journal, New York State Bar Association, Summer 2013, Vol. 24, No. 2.

• “Protecting Church-Owned Cultural Heritage,” AEDON, Journal of Arts and Law Online, No. 3, 2012, ISSN 1127-1345.

• “The Pillaging of the Abandoned Spanish Countryside,” Journal of Art Crime, Fall 2011, Issue 6.

•  “Interview with Art Loss Register In-House Counsel Chris Marinello” in the Summer 2011, Vol. III, Issue No. 2 Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter of the Art & Cultural Heritage Law    Committee of the ABA Section of International Law.

• “The Getty Museum’s Non-Victorious Bid to Keep the “Victorious Youth’ Bronze” in the Winter 2011, Vol. III, Issue No. 1 Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter of the Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee of the ABA Section of International Law.

• “Phoenix Ancient Art and the Aboutaams in Hot Water Again” in the Spring 2009, Vol. I, Issue No. V Art & Cultural Heritage Law Newsletter of the Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee of the ABA Section of International Law.