Adjunct Professor of Law
Leila Amineddoleh is the Founding Partner of Amineddoleh & Associates LLC. Her practice focuses on art, cultural heritage, and intellectual property law. Prior to joining the firm, Leila worked as an associate at Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto, where she specialized in intellectual property litigation.
Thereafter, she began working as a legal consultant for artists, designers, musicians, films, arts organizations, and art collectors. She has since served as legal counsel for well-known international artists, collectors, foundations, museum trustees, educational institutions, and foreign governments (representing the Hellenic Republic of Greece and the Republic of Italy in high-profile antiquities litigations). A leader in her field, she publishes in academic journals and has been quoted by N.Y. Times, TIME, The Guardian, NBC News, The Artnewspaper, US News & World Report, and other news channels. She frequently lectures and has presented at institutions including the Frick Collection, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Leila also served as the Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Law. In her spare time, Leila is a musician who regularly performs as a solo pianist in New York City.
- Boston College Law School, JD, 2006
- New York University, BA, 2002