Monday, November 15, 2021
American Law Institute, Jill Horwitz to Serve as Faculty Director of New UCLA Law Nonprofits Program:
Devoted to research, training, and policy in the evolving area of law and society, UCLA School of Law has established the Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits. Jill R. Horwitz of UCLA Law, Reporter for Restatement of the Law, Charitable Nonprofit Organizations, will serve as the program’s inaugural faculty director.
“The nonprofit sector is undergoing an epochal shift, and lawyers will be at the center of this transformation,” said Horwitz, “UCLA Law and the Lowell Milken Institute now have the opportunity to lead the way in this especially relevant area.”
Residing in the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy (LMI), the program will build on the business and philanthropy work of LMI’s founder and serve UCLA Law students and stakeholders in the nonprofit sector — practitioners, donors, regulators, and the operators of nonprofits.
UCLA is seeking to hire a director of the new Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits:
The Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law (LMI) is seeking a highly motivated and multi-talented inaugural Director for LMI’s new Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits. In collaboration with the Program’s Faculty Director, key law school faculty, and LMI’s Executive Director, the Director of the Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits (Program) will have major responsibilities for the vision, development and success of this new Program. The Director will have a central role in creatively shaping the Program, as well as working with faculty, leaders at the University, and in the nonprofit sector.