Art Law Attorney


This position shall entail litigating matters involving title disputes, fraud, damage, art and cultural affairs laws, visual artists rights and transactional work such as drafting and negotiating museum loan agreements, NFT purchases, consignment agreements, sale agreements, auction agreements, deeds of gift, promised gift agreements, non-disclosure agreements, commission agreements, licensing agreements and fine art logistics agreements.


Must be admitted to practice law with more than 2 years experience within a reputable law firm’s art law group, family office or museum. Candidate must be: a team player with attention to detail and good organizational skills; able to effectively manage own workload and communicate with people; able to work independently and as part of a team; personable and confident; and able to build relationships with colleagues, clients and external organizations.
Mazzola Lindstrom LLP is open to a flexible work schedule and strives to create a fully diverse and inclusive environment.


We ensure equal opportunity in all of our employment practices – recruiting, hiring, assignment, promotion and compensation to all employees without regard to gender, race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, citizenship status, national origin, age and disability.

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