Nonprofit Organizations Clinic
About the Clinic
The Nonprofit Organizations Clinic provides legal assistance to nonprofit organizations that cannot afford to retain private counsel. It offers 1 or 2 units of credit to students interested in working with nonprofit organizations, nascent and established, which require help in the process of organization and incorporation, in obtaining tax exemption, and solving related issues—organizations that cannot afford to retain private counsel. The class meets as a group five or six times during the term.
If you are an organization looking to obtain nonprofit status but which lacks the resources to hire a private attorney, please contact Leslie Couvillion, clinic student director, to discuss how the Nonprofit Clinic may be able to help your organization.