New York Law Journal Reviews Prof. Schmidt's Nonprofit Law Casebook
June 21, 2011
The New York Law Journal on June 14 favorably reviewed Vermont Law School Associate Professor Betsy Schmidt's new casebook, "Nonprofit Law: The Life Cycle Of a Charitable Corporation."
"Many lawyers retain their casebooks from law school for years after graduation, and occasionally consult one or more of them in their practices. Ms. Schmidt's new casebook will likely be shelved among such casebooks, and cracked open by practitioners who seek to organize a tax-exempt organization, represent one in litigation, plan to sue one, or have a client contemplating serving on a charitable organization's board," said the reviewer, Kenneth Ryesky, a solo practitioner and professor of accounting at Queens College CUNY who was formerly an attorney with the Internal Revenue Service.