Training Lawyers on Setting Up and Representing Charities in NH

DTC partner Kate Miller presented a Continuing Legal Education seminar on October 25, 23, at the NH Bar Association Center, with NH Director of Charitable Trusts, Diane M. Quinlan, Assistant Director of Charitable Trusts, Michael R. Haley, Attorney Meaghan A. Jepsen and Deputy Director of 603 Legal Aid Emma Sisti, on “Representing Start-Up Charities: A Pro Bono Alternative for the Transactional Attorney.” Kate’s presentation focused on the technical aspects of setting up and assisting clients with operating NH charities in compliance with the many state and federal laws and regulations applicable to charities, drawing on her twenty years of experience with advising charities in New Hampshire.  Two of the articles Kate provided as part of her materials are available below and on the DTC Lawyers website at the Articles tab.

Article Internal Controls for Small Non- Profit Charities

Outline re setting up and operating public charities corps or Trust