The Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (CLAANZ) was originally established as the Australian Charity Law Association in 2009 in response to the emerging need for accountable, charity-related legal services in Australia. The Association changed its name on 27 August 2015 to better reflect the engagement, since our establishment, of Australian and New Zealand colleagues in addressing legal issues in the charity and NFP sector in both countries. The Association is registered as a charity with the Australian Charity and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
The current Board members of CLAANZ are: Professor Matthew Harding (Deputy Dean, Melbourne University Law School) (Chair); Anne Robinson (Principal, Prolegis Lawyers, Sydney); Jennifer Batrouney SC (List A Barristers, Melbourne); Dr Matthew Turnour (Partner, Neuman & Turnour Lawyers, Brisbane); Seak-King Huang (Principal, Prolegis Lawyers, Melbourne); Sue Barker (Director, Sue Barker Charities Law, New Zealand) .
How you can get involved:
· Become a member – Membership is open to anyone with an interest in charity law. Benefits of membership include receiving information about relevant events and legislative changes, and discounted fees for seminars and conferences. Members can also participate in website forums or contribute to the blog. Applications for Membership can be accessed here.
· Assist with the organisation of or participate in meetings, seminars and conferences relating to charity and NFP law issues either as a presenter or an attendee.
Administrator: Amy Johannes email@example.com; ph. 0401 486 844