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Nonprofit Legal Case Notes: First quarter 2022 now available!

Enjoy reading legal cases but short on time? The first quarterly summary for 2022 is now available!

Researchers at ACPNS scan Australia and the world constantly for legal cases that involve important issues concerning charities, nonprofit organisations, philanthropy, gifts and bequests. Our Quarterly Case Note Summaries capture key legal cases in an easy-to-digest format for lawyers, accountants and managers involved in the nonprofit sector. The first quarter summary for 2022 is now available via eprints and includes significant cases involving charity law, taxation, internal disputes, discrimination, insolvency, defamation, grants and bequests. With commentary and picks from leading nonprofit experts, this summary is an insightful and eye-opening glimpse into nonprofit legalities across the globe.

First quarter 2022 


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ACPNS Charity Case Notes provide a unique and timely resource for the profession and sector that our Founding Director, Emeritus Professor Myles McGregor-Lowndes enjoys editing as a volunteer for ACPNS. Despite all that occurred last year, our case summaries were well used by a diverse audience as evidenced by the below stats.

Many thanks for all the support and generous comments we receive about the case reports.

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