Leila Amineddoleh teaches Cultural Heritage Law at Fordham Law School and Art Crime at New York University.
She 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 also serves as a mediator for MediateArt, a program run by Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. In addition, she serves as a cultural heritage expert for the Manhattan DA's Office.
Leila served as the Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Law from 2013-2015.