‘Bridge these worlds’: Berkeley Law pro bono project investigates artistic repression

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Berkeley Law student Annabelle Wilmott launched a project aimed at overcoming artist repression in collaboration with three other students.

Inspired by the intensified repression of artistic freedom in Eastern Europe, Berkeley Law student Annabelle Wilmott launched pro bono project Arts and Innovation Representation, or AIR, to increase safeguards for international artists and allow law students to investigate foreign artistic repression.  
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Pit Stop in Prague

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Iced coffee in Croatia

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