Charity Law 2017

CHARITY & NOT-FOR-PROFIT LAW

Charity and Not-for-Profit Law: A Point of Intersecting Areas of Practice

Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm | Walkin Registrations are available for Toronto In Person

REGISTER TORONTO REGISTER WEBCAST BUY INSTITUTE PASS

Join us to explore the current legal context in which charities and not-for-profits operate, with a particular emphasis on when charity law intersects with other areas of law in unique and potentially litigious ways (e.g. corporate law, employment law, wills and estates, tax, real estate).  When do charities, their directors, or legal advisors most commonly get into trouble? 

Gain insights from our faculty on when and where issues may arise, and on how to minimize or avoid the related risks. Register now to ensure you have the answers you need to confidently provide advice to your clients.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Derek Ross, Christian Legal Fellowship
Teresa Douma, Douma Law

PROGRAM AGENDA

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Accreditation Costs and Formats

ACCREDITATION, PRICING & FORMATS

Professionalism Hours: This program contains 0h 30m
Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for up to 2h 30m

Member: $300 | Student Member : $195 | Non-Member: $450

This program is offered in Toronto | Webcast

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