Students will read and discuss statutes, regulations and cases and then draft governing documents, filings, and memoranda related to public charities and private grantmaking foundations. Students will also consider legal aspects of charities’ operating issues, including dispute resolution. In addition to classes, students will have the opportunity to meet individually with the professor to discuss her markups of their drafts.
Students will be graded on drafting assignments, class attendance and regular active class participation.
Note: The course will meet on the following days:
The drop date for this course is February 4.
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