Mapping The Trajectory: The Changing Role Of The State Regulators
The final panel of the Conference’s first day, designed to take a broad view of the history and future of state charities regulation. Discussion touched upon enforcing donor intent in light of the unpredictable nature of change, the future challenges for state regulators, and the possibility of an enhanced federal role in charities regulation, whether direct or merely financial.
Panelists: Scott Harshbarger, Senior Counsel, Proskauer Rose LLP, Former Massachusetts Attorney General Marion R. Fremont-Smith, Adjunct Lecturer & Senior Research Fellow, Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations,John F. Kennedy School of Government, Former Assistant Attorney General and Director, Division of Public Charities, Massachusetts Belinda Johns, Senior Assistant Attorney General, California Attorney General’s Office, Charitable Trusts Section Karin Kunstler-Goldman, Assistant Attorney General, New York Attorney General’s Office, Section Chief, Charities Bureau
Cindy M. Lott, Senior Counsel, National State Attorney General Program, Columbia Law School
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