Returning for a second year, Visiting Arts and Anderson Strathern bring together professionals from the arts and legal sectors for a lively and informative event during the Edinburgh Festivals, addressing the legal implications of international work and collaboration, intellectual property, and the digital landscape.
For the Arts and Law Conference 2017 we explore the theme of festivals and discuss how to create the perfect balance of an inspiring and memorable programme with the right measures in place to support the smooth running for both organisers and participants.
Meet and connect with professionals in both fields, and have the opportunity to ask any burning legal questions you have on the topic!
Speaking at the event is Fiona Killen, Parliament & Public Law, Anderson Strathern; Barry Nichol, Employment, Discrimination & Equality/Education, Anderson Strathern; Lyndsey Jackson, Head of Operations, Fringe Society; Cathie Boyd, Artistic Director and Founder, Cryptic & Claire Moran, Producer, Cryptic.
Visiting Arts' events during the Edinburgh Festivals 2017 are supported by Creative Scotland.
About our sponsors
Anderson Strathern provides a complete range of specialist legal services delivered by highly skilled professionals. Their aim is to help their clients realise their ambitions. The firm’s approach is fuelled by passionate commitment, progressive thinking, and a belief in placing client priorities at the heart of their work. Anderson Strathern is trusted and chosen by private individuals, companies, government departments, education establishments, public sector bodies and commercial decision makers of many different kinds. The Arts is a core part of the firm’s Creative & Future Industries Sector group.
Anderson Strathern’s approach and ethos is also shaped by the ambitions of their own people. The firm’s exceptional and supportive working environment is reflected by its Investors in People Gold and Investors in Young People Gold ratings.
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