We are a leading specialist art law practice. We specialise in all legal issues related to fine art and other collecting categories. We provide legal support to art collectors, galleries, dealers, auctioneers, museums, insurance companies, private banks and art investment funds. We understand the business of buying, selling, managing and financing art. Our practice is worldwide, and so are our clients. We collectively speak French, German, Italian, Spanish and Hindi.
is a partner. He specialises in art law. Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, he was Associate General Counsel and a Senior Director of Sotheby’s. More recently, he was a partner at Withers LLP. Pierre speaks French, Italian and Spanish. He has lived in three countries.
is a solicitor and a member of the Firm’s art law group. She is qualified to practice law in New York and England & Wales. Azmina specialises in art law, and has significant experience working with art collectors, art galleries, art dealers, auction houses, artists, museums, private banks, family offices, insurance companies, and art investment funds on contentious and non-contentious matters. Prior to joining the Firm, she spent four years as an associate in the New York office of Withers Bergman LLP, where her primary focus was art law. Prior to that, Azmina spent two years as an associate in the New York office of Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. She is fluent in Hindi, Gujarati and Urdu.
is a solicitor and a member of the Firm’s art law and litigation groups. Prior to joining Constantine Cannon LLP she was an associate in the International Litigation and Arbitration group at Watson, Farley & Williams LLP. She completed the GDL and LPC at BPP Law School and studied Spanish and Business Studies at Edinburgh University. She has completed the Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics at the Institute of Art Law. She is fluent in Spanish.
Till Vere-Hodge is a solicitor and a member of the Firm’s art law and cultural property group. His practice includes all aspects of art and cultural property law, with a particular focus on the handling of restitution claims to artworks looted before, during and after World War II. Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, Till spent over three years as an associate at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP and, before that, worked for three and a half years as a Public Diplomacy Officer at the German Embassy in London. Till holds a Masters Degree in International Relations from Bristol University and is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. He is fluent in German.
is a member of the Firm’s art law and antitrust groups. Prior to joining Constantine Cannon LLP, Yulia trained at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and the European Commission. She graduated from the University of Sofia and holds a Masters degree in competition law from King’s College London. Yulia is fluent in Bulgarian and French.
Previous Art Blog Contributors
Previous contributors to the blog include (from left to right): Anne Laure Bandle, Natalia Mikolajczyk, Michael Petrides, Freya Stewart and Caroline van den Bergh.