A College of Law student and alumna were recently featured in discussion of current legal events.
DePaul College of Law LLM student Kevin P. Ray, of counsel at Greenberg Traurig LLP, published an article for Law360 discussing the future of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). One of the high profile aspects of the city of Detroit’s Chapter 9 case has been the intense discussion of the fate of the DIA, which is almost unique among U.S. art museums in that its building and collection are owned by the city itself rather than by a charitable not-for-profit entity. City ownership is what has put the DIA’s collection “in play,” as the city’s creditors look to the DIA’s rich collection as a potential source of repayment of the city’s debts. Click here to listen to the audio file of Ray's ABA Tele-Coffee Discussion regarding the DIA.
Heather Hope Kuruvilla's (JD '11) article "All In A Day's Work: How Museums May Approach Deaccessioning As A Necessary Collections Management Tool," originally published in the DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law, was cited in a recent opinion piece in the Delaware Online news journal.