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Message from the Chair Judith B. Prowda

I am delighted to announce the appointment of our first out-of-state Law Student Liaison, Aaron E. Rosenthal, who will be entering his 3rd year at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago. Like his fellow Law Students Liaisons, Aaron will attend EASL Executive Committee meetings, engage in the lively exchange of ideas with EASL colleagues, assist with EASL programs and serve as the voice for his fellow classmates.

Aaron is the current President of the Art and Cultural Heritage Law Society at DePaul. His work during law school has included a clerkship at the Chicago History Museum and an internship with The Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation. Last spring, he participated in DePaul's National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition as a member of the Ghost Team, and drafted a section of the bench memo.

Aaron received his Bachelor's degree from Brown University in Old World Art and Archaeology, and his Master's degree in Art Business from the Sotheby's Institute of Art - New York. His Master's thesis; " Sellers of Ancient Art, the illicit trade in antiquities and CPAC: Kill or Cure?", focused on the development of bilateral trade agreements between the United States and archaeological source nations, and their effect on New York's market for antiquities.

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