University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Nancy McLaughlin is quoted in a news story by Law360 titled “Syndicated Conservation Deals Appear Marked For Extinction.”
McLaughlin’s research focuses on conservation easement, tax incentive, and nonprofit governance issues and she writes and lectures extensively on these issues. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Utah Open Lands (a state-wide land trust), a member of the Habitat Protection Advisory Committee of the Humane Society’s Wildlife Land Trust, and a member of the Lands Protection Committee of Vital Ground, a land trust that works to protect grizzly bear habitat. She consults with land trusts, landowners, government entities, federal and state regulators, and others regarding conservation easements and nonprofit governance issues, and she blogs about conservation easement current developments on the Law Professors Nonprofit Law Blog.