Friday, November 12, 2021

Horwitz Named Inaugural Faculty Director of New UCLA Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits

DownloadJill Horwitz (UCLA) has been named the inaugural faculty director of the Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits at the UCLA School of Law, residing within the law school's Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy. The Program's initial three main goals are:

  1. Become a research center that develops and shares scholarship and knowledge on issues relating to nonprofits, including tax policy, governance, and the role of nonprofits in developing and promoting social policies. This goal will provide resources to a wide range of participants in the nonprofit sector, including policymakers, regulators, lawyers, and senior managers of nonprofits.
  2. Develop and expand education at UCLA Law for students, lawyers, directors, and senior managers of nonprofits on issues that are central to nonprofit operations, financial management, and governance.
  3. Support thought leadership on legal issues material to nonprofits so that the program serves as an important resource for the operation and governance of nonprofits and as a venue to bring together practitioners, scholars, and regulators.

The Program is now seeing its first Director, with applications due by November 30th. Here is the position posting.

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