Friday, February 15, 2013

Columbia Law School Hosts Conference on The Future of State Charities Regulation

Columbia Law SchoolI was fortunate enough to be invited to present at a conference hosted by Columbia Law School's Charities Law Project last week.  Featuring presentations and draft papers (available on the conference website) from a who's who list of charity law experts from the academy, state AG offices and other agencies, and private practice, the conference provided an incredible opportunity to consider and discuss emerging issues in the regulation of charities.  Topics covered included:

  • Jurisdictional Boundaries: State/Federal, State/State Relationships
  • The Fundamental Role Of States In Governance Issues
  • Emerging Issue: Political Activity/Advocacy By The Sector & The States' Role
  • Transparency, Media And Technology: New Expectations, New Opportunities
  • Emerging Issue: Challenges & Interests Of States In Social Mission/Hybrid Organizations
  • Mapping The Trajectory: The Changing Role Of The State Regulators
  • Emerging Issue: State Jurisdiction Over Religious Organizations
  • Emerging Issue: Changing Landscape Of Charitable Solicitation
  • Emerging Issue: The Dynamic Role Of States In Nonprofit Healthcare
  • Federal Partners
  • Envisioning The Future: New Structures

The conference organizers also gathered an extensive set of additional resources that will be helpful to anyone interested in the conference topics.

LHM

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