Saturday, October 24, 2009
More than 70 people attended the Symposium held yesterday in Chicago, at Chicago-Kent Law School. Practicing lawyers as well as academics from around the country enjoyed the event, sponsored by the ACTEC Foundation. Four panels covered topics ranging from corporate governance (two panels) to tax to donor intent. Marion Fremont-Smith spoke at the luncheon, describing the changes she has seen in her career in nonprofit law and noting how many things remain unchanged and in need of more work. The Chicago-Kent Law Review will publish the papers from the Symposium, so if you were not able to be there, watch for the Symposium issue from the Law Review, out next spring.