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Lunch & Learn: Non-Profits: How to Start & Maintain a Tax Exempt Organization
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Lunch & Learn:  Non-Profits: How to Start & Maintain a Tax Exempt Organization

Approved for 1 hour CLE credit in Kansas & Missouri

When: Monday, October 23, 2017
Check-in & provided lunch begins at 11:30. Session begins at Noon and adjourns at 12:50 PM.
Where: Kansas Law Center
1200 SW Harrison St.
Topeka 66612
United States
Contact: Nancy Burghart

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Approved for 1 hour general credit in Kansas & Missouri.


Kansas Bar Association Lunch & Learn

Forming & Governing a 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Organization

Monday, October 23, 2017


Program Agenda:


11:30 AM    Attendee Check-In and Boxed Lunch Provided

12:00 PM    Non-Profits:  How to Start & Maintain a Tax Exempt Organization
Professor Janet Thompson-Jackson, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka
This presentation will take you step by step through Kansas not-for-profit incorporation and federal tax-exempt status and will cover the duties and responsibilities of nonprofit boards of directors.

12:50 PM   Program Adjourns


Program Registration:
KBA Members: $80
Nonmembers: $90
Paralegal: $45
Printed Materials (optional): $10




Professor Janet Thompson Jackson,Washburn University School of Law, Topeka 
Professor Jackson teaches and writes in the areas of nonprofit law, entrepreneurial law, and race & the law.  She is a frequent speaker in the area of nonprofit law & governance and regularly serves on local and national nonprofit boards.  She hosts the monthly community affairs TV show, I’ve Got Issues LIVE on KTWU-TV.  Prior to teaching, Professor Jackson practiced law and was the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., which provides housing and employment services to homeless and low-income families.




Benjamin Donovan is a third-year law student at Washburn University School of Law. Originally from Westwood, Kansas, Ben graduated from the University of Kansas with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Business. After graduating, he worked at Cerner Corporation for two years before going to law school. He is a Staff Writer for the Washburn Law Journaland a legal intern in the Small Business and Nonprofit Transactional Law Clinic. He will graduate with a J.D. from Washburn Law in May of 2018





Mitch Armstrong is a third-year law student at Washburn University School of Law, originally from Edmond, OK. He received his Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Minor in German from Miami University in Oxford, OH. His areas of interest include business and transactional law, real estate law and corporate compliance. He will graduate with his J.D. from Washburn Law in May of 2018.

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