Law of Not-for-Profits (LAWS6313)


The objectives of this unit are to introduce students to the fundamental legal issues raised by the unique status of not-for-profit (NFP) entities. The two basic themes of the unit are the regulation of NFP entities (currently, pursuant to the income tax laws) and the governance of NFP entities (generally a matter for state corporations and other law). This unit will be run in a seminar style.

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1x2-hr lecture/week


structured class participation (25%) and 7500wd essay (75%)

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