Although the Entertainment and Sports Law Annual Forum was unable to take place this Spring, the Executive Council has planned a webcast series in order to offer high-quality programming to practitioners. This webcast is the third in the series.
What place, if any, do Confederate monuments have in the public sphere? That question has been a hotly contested (and litigated) topic. But in such cases, courts and advocates alike have failed to expressly address these monuments as public art. Professor Kristi Arth provides an in-depth look at the lawsuits filed to prevent various monuments from being removed, outlines emergent linguistic trends in the courts’ opinions related to public art policy, and creates a framework for how public art theory can better inform advocacy and judicial decision-making in these types of cases. Arth is an Assistant Professor of Law at Belmont University College of Law; and prior to entering the academy, she was a partner at Bradley. She holds a master’s degree in Arts Policy & Administration in addition to her juris doctorate.
Format & How to Join:
This webcast will be live on Zoom. Attendees will be able to ask questions through the chat feature. You can launch the Zoom Webinar through your TBA CLE account by clicking on "My Account" in the top right, and then by clicking "Play Course" at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Since this is a live program, it will begin promptly at 3 p.m. CT. A recording of the session will be added to the course shortly after the live program ends.
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This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to email@example.com for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.