Leila Amineddoleh
Adjunct Professor of Law

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

Speaking Engagements

Panelist, “Authentication and Indemnification,” 7th Annual Art Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Institute, New York County Lawyers’ Association (November 2014).

Presenter, “Hot Topics in Art Law: Forgeries and Fakes,” Lawline CLE (July 2014).

Panelist, “Purchasing Art in a Market Full of Forgeries: Risks and Legal Remedies for Buyers,” All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference, Universite de Geneve (June 2014).
 
Public lecture, “An Examination of Art Theft and Looting,” hosted by the Guarini Institute at John Cabot University, (June 2014).

Public lecture, “Legal Issues in Art Restitution: Historic Looting, the Monuments Men, and Nazi-Looted Art,” sponsored by the Boston College Institute for Liberal Arts, Fine Arts Department (April 2014).
 
Panel moderator and speaker for “The Monuments Men, Social Media, the Law and Cultural Heritage,” sponsored by the Lawyers Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation and Fordham Art Law Society (November 2013).

Public lecture, “Looting from Ancient Greece to Nazi Germany,” Boston College (April 2014).
 
Radio guest for “Fordham Conversations: Graffiti Art,” 90.7 WFUV, Nov. 14, 2013, recording available at http://www.wfuv.org/fordhamconversations.

Panel moderator and speaker for “The Monuments Men, Social Media, the Law and Cultural Heritage,” sponsored by the Lawyers Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation and Fordham Art Law Society (November 2013).

Panelist for “Symposium on the 30th Anniversary of the Cultural Property Implementation Act,” Committee on Art Law, City of the Bar of the City of New York (October 2013).

Guest of honor for the Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Society Speaker Series at St. John’s University School of Law (October 2013).

Moderator for “Defining Cultural Ownership: Shifting Focus, Shifting Norms,” sponsored by Fordham Law School Intellectual Property Law Journal and the Art Law Society (April 2013).

“Legal Perspectives on Seizure and Wartime Looting” for the Annual International Conference for the Association for Research into Crimes against Art (June 2012).
 
Panelist for "Art in the Time of Chaos," sponsored by New York Law School’s Fine Arts and Culture Law Association (April 2012). 

“Legal Issues in Cultural Heritage Theft,” American Institute for Roman Culture’s annual “Unlisted Conference” (March 2012). 

“The Pillaging of Spain’s Cultural Heritage Property” for the Annual International Conference for the Association for Research into Crimes against Art (July 2011). 

“Art in Honor of Looting” lecture for Art & War course at Association for Research into Crimes against Art (July 2011).

Moderator of “Snapshot of Cultural Heritage Law” for the New York State Bar Association at Sotheby’s Art Institute (June 2011). 

Supervisor for mediation training for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (April 2011). 

“Cultural Heritage Property Law” lecture for Art Law Seminar at Boston College Law School (March 2011). 

“Title and Property in Art Law” lecture for Art Law Seminar at Boston College Law School (March 2010). 
 
Intellectual property legal consultant for “The Mystic Kiss of Mahir Cagri,” a documentary film about the legal issues involving the world’s first internet celebrity and his battle to protect his identity (May 2010).