American Bar Association
 
Corporate Social Responsibility Law Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Corporate Social Responsibility Law Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the Corporate Social Responsibility Law Committee is to advance, support, and facilitate the development of the knowledge, skills, and expertise required to provide informed, insightful, and effective counsel with respect to corporate social responsibility-related legal requirements and business issues.


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Leadership

Chair:

Walter, Ashley

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 Sub Committees


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Small Business Capital Formation after the JOBS Act: Where Do We Stand?

    04/24/2017-04/24/2017

    The program will review the small business capital-raising initiatives made possible by the JOBS Act, and focus on the ways in which the markets have developed to accommodate these offerings. The initiatives that will be reviewed will be crowdfunding, offerings under revised Regulation A, and placements ...

    Nonprofit Law Basics

    04/27/2017-04/27/2017

    The program will involve an overview of legal issues relating to nonprofit corporations with a focus on formation of nonprofit corporations, tax issues (including tax-exempt applications and annual filings) and governance

    2017 Business Bar Leader Conference

    05/18/2017-05/19/2017
    Renaissance Chicago O'Hare Suites Hotel
    Chicago

    Registration and Thursday Night Dinner is complimentary for Registrant On-Line Event Registration Release In the interest of furthering the ABAs creation, promotion and distribution of educational/informational materials (both now and in the future), I understand ...


Listserve

In order to send a message to the listserve, send a message to the email address below. You must be a member of the Committee to successfully send a message to the listserve.

BL-SOCIALRESP@mail.americanbar.org

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Modified by Graham Hunt on April 12, 2016

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