Alexandra Healy QC and Racheal Muldoon have been invited to speak at The Ivory Act Breakfast Seminar hosted by Mishcon de Reya on Friday 6th March 2020. Amanda Gray, Mishcon de Reya’s Art Law Partner, Alexander Rhodes, Mishcon Private Managing Associate, and Alan Roberts, Investigative Support Officer at the UK National Wildlife Crime Unit will join them on the panel.

The panellists will discuss the wider context, enforcement, international position and rationale behind the legislation. The session is designed to provide practical guidance to those operating in the art market who are likely to be affected by the Act coming into force later this year, including dealers and collectors.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Chambers’ Head Clerk, Angela May, by emailing a.may@foundrychambers.com.

For further information on the Ivory Act, please find an article here addressing the Ivory Act 2018 written by Alexandra Healy QC and Racheal Muldoon in July 2019.