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Courses 2014 - 2015

LAW E 591 Not-for-Profit Organizations Clinic

Credits: 1-3, Variable


Students in this Clinic will have the opportunity to put their interest in and knowledge of business and tax law into practice. Working in teams of two, students will work with individuals and community groups interested in creating a non-profit organization. Students will counsel their clients on the most appropriate entity for their purposes and prepare and file the documents necessary to create the organization, such as articles of incorporation, bylaws and state and federal tax documents. Students will also advise their clients about the various state laws and regulations with which the clients will need to comply. Students will receive the additional knowledge and skills necessary to do this legal representation in a classroom component. Beginning the third week of the semester, students must also maintain office hours in the Clinic offices twice a week for two hours each session. Office hours will be established based on the schedules of each student team.

Pre-requisites: Basic Income Tax (A530); Tax-Exempt Organizations (T512) OR Law of Nonprofit Organizations (E514).

Winter-Spring, 2-1 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Judy Andrews

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