New publication Charity Law – Exploring the Concept of Public Benefit has just been released and is now available to order.
This book investigates and critically evaluates the concept of public benefit within charity law in the common law world. It includes contributions from world leading charity law experts and jurists, with each chapter reflecting a key aspect of public benefit jurisprudence in charity law.
Chapter 4: Public Benefit and Public Policy: Keeping up with Discrimination? was written by ACPNS’ founder, Professor Myles McGregor-Lowndes OAM – so get your hands on a copy asap!
The book will be of interest to academics working in law, philosophy, economics, sociology and political science. It would also be a useful resource for legal practitioners, charity regulators and anyone working in the nonprofit sector.