The Association of American Law Schools Presents: The Art of NFTs
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June 25, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Within the past few months, the art market has seen an unprecedented boom of so-called NFT art. Once on the fringe of the art industry, cryptoartists are now selling their works at large auction houses for millions of dollars. From the perspective of practitioners and law professors, this panel will discuss how NFTs work and the legal and regulatory issues underly this evolving technology.
- Inform a broad range of legal scholars about NFTs.
- Explore the legal issues relating to NFTs.
- Analyze trends and future directions for NFT art and other digital assets.
Pamela M. Deese, J.D., Partner
Emilio Cazares, J.D., Chief Legal Officer
Zahr K. Said, J.D., Ph.D, Associate Dean of Research & Faculty Development Professor of Law
University of Washington School of Law
Natasha N. Varyani, J.D., Associate Professor of Law,
New England Law
Emily Behzadi, J.D., Assistant Professor of Law,
California Western School of Law
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