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The first event, which takes place in London on October 28, will focus on the loan of works by museums to overseas exhibitions.

This seminar will be led by Professor Norman Palmer (Chair, Illicit Trade Advisory Panel, barrister, 2 and 5 Field Court, Gray’s Inn) and Kevin Chamberlain CMG (barrister, York Chambers).

The second seminar will takes place on November 29 and will focus on art and the police. It will look at the rights and duties of the police when they come into possession of works of art and antiquity.

Speakers include Philip Barden (Devonshires), Richard Clayton QC (39 Essex Street), Luke Harris (counsel, 3 Stone Buildings) and Professor Norman Palmer.

For each seminar the fee is £117.50 (£100 plus VAT) (50 per cent discount for members of the Institute of Art and Law) to include documentation and refreshments. Reservations may be made by e-mail (cel@ial.uk.com) or by post (Seminars, Institute of Art and Law, 1-5 Cank Street, Leicester, LE1 5GX) or by fax (+44 (0)116 251 1666 or telephone +44 (0)116 253 8888).