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Posted on October 30, 2017

Under Georgia law, government agencies and even some nonprofits are required to make certain meetings and records open to the public. Georgia’s Open Records Act and Open Meetings Act provide broad public access to such records and meetings.

During this webinar, our speaker helps nonprofits understand:

    – When a nonprofit is required to comply with Georgia’s Open Records and Open Meetings Acts;
    – What constitutes an open record and an open meeting; and
    – How to comply with Georgia’s Open Records and Open Meetings Acts

Presenter: Marquetta Bryan of Nelson Mullins

Click here to view the webcast.