Charity law determines what entities qualify as “charities,” which makes them eligible to receive special legal treatment in a variety of areas. It is an increasingly important area of law because of the growth in many countries of the number and importance of civil society organizations seeking legal status as charities. It also is an increasingly important area because many countries are using charity law to control or limit the activities of charities. Yet the international study of charity law has not kept pace with these developments, even though many countries share common issues relating to charity law.
Existing charity law conferences tend to focus on charity law in a single country, with little to no attention paid to charity law developments in other countries. Existing nonprofit academic conferences tend to primarily focus on non-legal, social science research. The workshop will fill the gap left by these gatherings. It will do so by providing an opportunity for charity law scholars from a variety of countries to share their ongoing work and to develop an international charity law network.
The Charity Workshop will take place over the course of two days, September 23 and 24 at our London Global Gateway.
Leading and emerging charity law scholars from all parts of the world will participate:
- Sue Barker | Director, Sue Barker Charities Law
- Warren Barr | Interim Dean & Professor, University of Liverpool
- Jenny Beard | Associate Professor, University of Melbourne
- Oonagh Breen | Professor, University College Dublin
- Kathryn Chan | Associate Professor, University of Victoria
- Matthew Harding | Dean, University of Melbourne
- Jill Horwitz | Professor, University of California Los Angeles
- Giedre Lideikyte Huber | Senior Lecturer, University of Geneva
- Rosemary Langford | Professor, University of Melbourne
- Rebecca Lee | Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong
- Dejian Li | Assistant Professor, Zhejiang University of Technology
- Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer | Professor, University of Notre Dame
- Lara McMurtry | Reader in Law Keele University
- Debra Morris | Professor, University of Liverpool
- Ian Murray | Associate Professor, University of Western Australia
- Jane Calderwood Norton | Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland
- Adam Parachin | Professor, York University
- John Picton | Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool
- Dana Brakman Reiser | Professor, Brooklyn Law School
- Alceste Santuari | Associate Professor, University of Bologna
- Mark Sidel | Professor, University of Wisconsin
- Jennifer Sigafoos | Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool
- Mary Synge | Fellow, Universities of Liverpool & Melbourne
- Masayuki Tamaruya | Professor, University of Tokyo
- Hang Wu Tang | Professor, Singapore Management University
- Mukami Wangai | Lecturer, Strathmore Law School
Originally published at law.nd.edu.