Professional development seminar

Museums, ethics and law –
a conversation with Norman Palmer CBE QC

UK based Norman Palmer is an international expert in cultural law, including ethics, governance, import and export of cultural material and the application of human rights law in relation to the arts and cultural material.

Norman has extensive experience in the drafting of international agreements related to acquisitions and loans, and in resolving issues of museum governance. He has provided advice to cultural organisations and the Commonwealth of Australia, culminating in the development of the Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan Act 2013. Norman consults and lectures internationally on cultural law matters

In this seminar, Norman will provide an insight into some of the current complexities of ethics and law in museums and other cultural organisations.

Norman Palmer biography  

When:      Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Time:        5.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Where:     Friends Lounge, National Museum of Australia

MA members:                                                               $25
Australasian Registrars' Committee (ARC) members:  $25
Non-members:                                                              $35

Schedule for the evening
5.00 pm    Welcome drink and nibbles
5.30 pm    Seminar plus question and answer session
8.00 pm    Finish

Event information
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