Non-profit Transactions Introduction
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This section of the Web site is intended for law faculty and small business and entrepreneurship programs representing nonprofit corporations. Sample materials are for illustrative purposes only, and are intended to provide a starting point. Faculty and students must consult the specific statutes in the states in which they work and draft their own documents to reflect the case-specific facts and legal requirements in their jurisdictions. Although there are myriad types of nonprofit organizations, most law school programs represent almost exclusively nonprofit corporations. Therefore, this section will be limited primarily to information regarding nonprofit corporations.
There are myriad other resource materials related to the formation and operation of all manner of nonprofit entities, including forms, texts, guidebooks, law review articles, and business forms and articles. Students and faculty who wish to pursue these other resources can, of course, use their own law libraries, Westlaw and Lexis accounts, and search engines such as Findlaw.com.
For more information on how to navigate the Nonprofit Transactions in Clinics section of the eLaw website, please refer to the How to Help Nonprofit Clients guide.