Posted on November 14, 2014

A nonprofit’s bylaws define how the organization is governed. Some of the most important items addressed in the bylaws are the roles and duties of directors and officers, the rules for conducting board meetings and electing directors, and the relationship between the nonprofit and any members or affiliates. A well-drafted set of bylaws can enable an organization to achieve its goals.

During this webcast, our speaker will help nonprofits understand:
• The interplay of bylaws with state nonprofit corporation law, and the organization’s articles of incorporation, and policies and procedures
• Best practices for maximizing organizational effectiveness
• The process for drafting and revising bylaws

Presenter: Paul Fancher, Troutman and Sanders

Due to technical difficulties, this webcast is in two parts. Please view both for the complete webcast.

Part 1
Part 2