International Art and Heritage Law database provides a survey of current national legislation for the protection of cultural heritage in the member states of the European Union and their participation in international (UNESCO and UNIDROIT) and regional (EU and Council of Europe) instruments in the field. It provides links to the full texts of treaties, constitutional provisions and laws covering movable and immovable, tangible and intangible cultural heritage and language.
IFAR Art Law and Cultural Property databases - note: not free (non-subscribers can pay for 2 or 4 hour access) maintained by the International Foundation for Art Research, this site provides two databases:
Art, Artifact, Architecture and Museum Law
Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law provides expert examination of the policies and laws concerning the visual arts-the first work of its kind to link procedure, substance, and evidence and to present an integrated analysis of the social, policy, economic, and cultural issues so crucial to arts transactions and litigation. This e-treatise is available on Westlaw e-Treatises (Westlaw login and password required)
Cultural Property : A Legal Research Guide
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This guide contains information on primary law, secondary resources and non-legal resources relating to cultural property, using a timeline approach to also show the development of this area of law. It includes listings of international conventions with annotations summarizing the impact of the conventions and whether these conventions are binding and upon whom. Also contains information on non-governmental organizations concerned with cultural property and ethical codes that relate to the topic, many of which focus on theft, looting and provenance.
Legal Protection of Cultural Property: A Selective Resource Guide
This online research guide features important sources of information, both print and electronic, concerning the protection of cultural property in wartime, international trade in cultural property, and the laws applicable to the illicit traffic of art and antiquities.
European Union Creative Europe from the European Commission Directorate-General for Education and Culture
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Alternative Dispute Resolution for Art and Cultural Heritage - provides dispute resolution advice and case administration services to help parties resolve disputes arising in the area of art and cultural heritage
ArThemis - case notes about art and cultural property disputes
Hein Online Subject Compilations - browse subject list