Law of Nonprofits


Course Code:
LAW 267
Law Honors/Pass/R credit/Fail


This course provides an overview of the rules governing the formation and operation of nonprofit organizations. The course will focus both on the state laws governing nonprofit corporations and on federal tax laws. Topics will include the fiduciary duties of nonprofit directors, obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status, nonprofit lobbying and political activities, and nonprofit earned income strategies, including social enterprise. Special Instructions: No pre-requisites. Knowledge of basic tax and/or corporate law is helpful but not required. Elements used in grading: Class participation, including attendance will comprise (20%) and final exam (80%).

Current Offerings

2015-2016 Autumn

Law of Nonprofits LAW 267 Section 01 Class #17627

  • 3 Units
    • 2L3LADV

Notes: In-class Final.

  • Room: William H. Neukom building 104
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