For twenty years, Georgetown-educated Professor Jennifer A. Kreder has litigated the law of art and war. She has appeared in cases about art that traded hands during both the Nazi era and the Russian Revolution on behalf of historians, the American Jewish Congress and the Commission for Art Recovery against the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University and others. At stake were works by such artists as Vincent Van Gogh, Egon Schiele, George Grosz and Paul Cézanne. Kreder is a prolific legal scholar who speaks to audiences around the world and has been quoted, interviewed or published in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Associated Press, NPR, Harvard International Law Journal and other media. She teaches at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University.