This series is a set of perennial programs at Philanthropy New York that provide an overview of the legal and regulatory boundaries in a number of key legal topics. It is a part of our PNY Core and is offered every 18-24 months.
Aimed at program officers, executive directors of small foundations, grants managers, as well as legal and/or general counsels looking for a refresh, the Legal Series helps to support a wide range of philanthropic organizations that may not have their own in-house counsel.
Every 18-24 months, the Legal Series launches with a high level overview of the legal Dos and Don'ts across your day-to-day philanthropic work and continues with an in-depth look into specific areas (e.g., conflicts of interest and self dealing, international grantmaking).
- November 6 – Legal Series - Within the Law and Outside the Box (Series Launch)
- January 30 – Legal Series - Self-Dealing (Family Foundations & Family Offices)
- February 26 - Legal Series - International Grantmaking
- March 25 – Legal Series - Fiscal Sponsorships - Best Practices and Common Pitfalls
- Stay tuned for more to follow!
View recordings of select past offerings:
- Legal Series - London’s Calling! So is Syria, Sudan, North Korea… Best Practices in International Grantmaking
- Legal Series - Investing in People: Making Grants to Individuals
For any questions, comments, and/or recommendations, please contact Kathryn O'Neal-Dunham, Chief Executive Officer.