At some point in their careers, attorneys may be approached by non-profit organizations to serve on a board or advise on a governance dispute or other legal matter. But many attorneys do not have a basic understanding of how non-profits are structured and which laws govern non-profit organizations. A litigator, for example, may be brought in to advise a non-profit organization on a governance dispute without understanding that the bylaws of such organizations must comply with relevant state laws. Attorneys who do not work with non-profit organizations on a regular basis may also confuse an organization’s tax-exempt status with its entity structure.
This course, taught by Associate General Counsel of the Bronx Defenders, Safia Hussain, is intended to provide attorneys with a basic foundation of the legal framework for non-profit organizations, as well as clarify some of the basic tax law concepts relevant to non-profit organizations. The course will also highlight some of the legal issues that may confront a non-profit organization on a day-to-day basis.
Nice overall primer on what is important for non-profit in house counsel. Nicely organized and very well presented.
This was a wonderful overview of issues any non-profit should be aware of and will be extremely helpful to attorneys asked to participate in non-profit boards. Thank you!
Massive amount of information. Very well organized. Good examples. Very helpful.
presentation was well organized
Very fine course
Very good overview of important creation and compliance issues.
Excellent presentation with a lot of helpful practical tips.
Covers the basics in a down to earth format
A very nice overview.
Ms. Hussain needs to speak more clearly.
Well done. Very practical advice.
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