Considers many aspects of the legal treatment of not-for-profit organizations, including management and organizational issues, fiduciary responsibilities, tax exemptions and other special privileges, restrictions on political and economic activities, special fund-raising regulations, etc. This course will have a comparative focus, exposing students to the legal issues both from a U.S. perspective and from a perspective reflecting their treatment in other countries. This course may require a qualifying course paper that fulfills one half of the upper-level writing requirement. Refer to Academic Rule X — Writing Requirement and Directed Research.
Upper-level course for: