This year's "National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition" obviously borrowed heavily from issues first raised in the ACCG's test case.
Perhaps, those issues are far more significant than some less sophisticated commentators in the archaeological blogosphere have suggested.
CPO wonders what issues next year's competition will address. Dinosaur forfeitures? Why not?
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Law Students Take on Issues First Raised in ACCG Test Case
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 8:07 AM
Labels: ACCG, Blogging, criminal liability, Humor/Satire/Irony
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