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Message from EASL Chair Judith B. Prowda

I am delighted to announce the appointment of Megan Laurel Maxwell as Co-Chair of EASL's Digital Media Committee. Megan will manage EASL's social media accounts, starting with Twitter. EASL's Twitter account can be found here: http://twitter.com/#!/nysbaeasl.

Megan is the Associate General Counsel and Editor in Chief, Museum Publications at Seaport Museum New York (formerly South Street Seaport Museum). She is responsible for managing all legal matters at the museum, such as the intellectual property audit, employment and human resources, and corporate governance. In addition, Megan oversees all of the museum's publications, including the quarterly magazine Seaport and the museum's social media accounts. Megan started the museum's Twitter account (@seaportmuseumny) in 2009 and it has grown to over 1,500 followers.

Megan received her B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Southern California and her J.D., cum laude, from Santa Clara University. She also holds a M.A. in Art Business from the Sotheby's Institute of Art, where she is currently Adjunct Faculty. In addition, Megan's article "von Saher v. Norton Simon Museum of Art: The Validity of Laws Affecting Holocaust-Era Looted Art and the Statute of Limitations" was published in the summer 2009 issue of New York State Bar Association Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal.

Welcome aboard Megan! We look forward to your EASL tweets.

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