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An Evening of Art and Music co-sponsored by Perkins Coie LLP

  • Perkins Coie LLP 1201 Third Ave, Suite 4900 Seattle, WA 98103 (map)
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Perkins Coie Arts, Entertainment and Sports Group & WLA present
An Evening of Art and Music
Thursday, September 19, 4-8pm
1201 Third Ave, 4900, Seattle, WA 98101

Please join us for an evening of art and music presented by the Perkins Coie Arts, Entertainment, & Sports Group, co-sponsored by WLA. See below for details and agenda.

- Register for Free HERE to attend the Reception and Art Walk
- Register HERE to attend the CLE Presentation - $40 for attorneys seeking CLE

4-6pm - “Company Use of Third Party Content” (2.0 CLE pending)

Featuring a presentation by Kirstin Larson and Alicia Matusheski of Perkins Coie, and a panel discussion with in-house counsel from Amazon, Microsoft Corporation, and Getty Images, including Campbell Austin, Heather Cameron, Christi Davisson, Nick Morgan, and Paul Reinitz.

6-8pm - Reception

Featuring live music and a guided tour of Perkins Coie’s art collection, with visual works from dozens of local artists.

About the Perkins Coie Art Collection: The art holdings in Perkins Coie’s Seattle office formally became a collection in the 1980s and 1990s as a result of the connoisseurship of former partner Chuck Katz. For two decades, he and the partnership acquired bold and timely pieces of contemporary American art from across the country; collected intriguing historical works by European, Asian and indigenous artists; and made prescient acquisitions of work by then-fledgling Northwest artists. Describing this endeavor in 1989, Mr. Katz wrote: “The firm is a collection of individuals, staff and lawyers, who apply their intelligence and skill to solve problems. Hoping that our art will reflect the intellectual quality of our work, we have sought what is intellectually stimulating as well as visually interesting.”

If you have any questions, please contact John Halski at

Earlier Event: September 18
WLA Legal Clinic - CANCELLED