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Maggie Hoag

In Conversation with Maggie Hoag

Maggie Hoag is Deputy General Counsel, Americas, of the auction house Christie's. She studied art law at Stanford, and was involved in the sale of Leonardo da Vinci's painting Salvator Mundi for a historic $450 million.

Hoag discusses her beginnings at Christie's Chicago, her career highlights, and the advice she would give aspiring art lawyers.

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