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Alexandra Darraby, California Life Fellow, Named Legal Commentator by Thomson Reuters West

April 18, 2019, Fellows in the news

Alexandra Darraby, California Life Fellow,  is named a legal commentator by Thomson Reuters West  in the field of Art Law as sole author of  its successful long-running treatise, Art Artifact Architecture and Museum Law. Effective 2019, the publisher will launch the product under its new full title, Darraby on Art Artifact Architecture & Museum Law. Darraby is the first female attorney to hold the honor of legal commentator among Thomson Reuters West’s estimated 4,000 titles, and joins the ranks of legal commentators such as McCarthy on Trademark Law and Lindey on Entertainment Law.

Darraby’s multivolume legal treatise, released in more than 20 updated editions since its first publication in 1995, established the discrete Art Law field, and enhances the publisher’s entertainment andproperty brand. Darraby on Art…Law is available from the Thomson Reuters West catalogue in multiple formats for user convenience, including print, e-book, and online for Westlaw subscribers. Ms. Darraby co-Chairs the International Law Section in California, elected under the California State Bar and continuing under the California Lawyers Association.  She is leading a Delegation of attorneys to Prague in October 2019 for the California -Czech MultiBar Delegates Conference, open to ABA members,  in which ABA international Section is a Cooperating Entity.  Ms. Darraby is a Division Chair in ABA International Section and immediate past Governing Committee Member of the ABA Entertainment Forum, where she chaired the Arts & Museums Division. Ms. Darraby is Principal of the Art Law Firm, Successful Strategies for Creative Endeavors™ (

Read the press release here. 

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