Walter G. Lehmann is managing partner of the art, entertainment and museum law firm LEHMANN PLC (formerly Lehmann Strobel PC). An attorney and business consultant for over 20 years, he has focused on helping individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations manage their real and intellectual property assets. He has represented independent producers, artists, writers, as well as museums and nonprofit arts and cultural organizations on a wide range of legal and business matters including business organization, financing, intellectual property management, board governance, nonprofit administration, and museum collections management, policies and ethics. Lehmann’s education includes a BA in English (Williams College) and Juris Doctor cum laude (Wm. Mitchell College of Law). He has also completed a Masters in Museum Studies (George Washington University). He is a frequent contributor to scholarly and industry publications and has participated in numerous industry conferences. Lehmann has served on the board of directors of numerous nonprofit organizations including the Landis Valley Museum Associates and the North Museum of Natural History and Science, where he also served as interim Curator of Collections. Lehmann has also served on the Collections Committee of the Walters Art Museum. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses on art and museum law at Johns Hopkins University and George Washington University and is an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline laws school and Case Western Reserve law school. He has been on the faculty of the annual ALI Legal Issues in Museum Administration CLE course, and was Chair and Vice Chair of the ABA-IPL Copyright Policy Committee. Lehmann is currently licensed in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio.