On October 23, Nancy McLaughlin, a Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will be a commentator on the topic of Respecting Donor Intent in the Charitable Context at a symposium on Philanthropy in the 21st Century sponsored by the the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation.
The symposium, held at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, features academics from around the nation recognized as experts in the field of nonprofit governance.
On Saturday, McLaughlin will travel from Chicago to Washington, DC to attend the Uniform Law Commission’s meeting on its Oversight of Charitable Assets project. This committee will draft an act to address state oversight of charitable assets. The committee will focus on state attorneys general authority with regard to the protection of charitable assets, notice requirements, remedies, and principles to guide attorneys general in interstate and multi-state cases. To find out find more about the ULC, click here.