Gifts Gone Bad: Can you REALLY draft to preserve charitable intent?
August 31 @ 12:00 pm
Perspectives from a former State Charity Official
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Staricka Law, PLLC
Susan Staricka owns Staricka Law, PLLC, a consulting firm offering consultation and legal services to charitable trusts, nonprofit organizations, their legal counsel and officers/directors in a variety of matters utilizing her skills and expertise to assist and guide nonprofit organizations and charitable trusts. Susan is also Adjunct Faculty teaching Nonprofit Law at The University of Texas School of Law, where she received her JD with honors.
Susan spent the majority of her legal career in the role of “Regulator,” of the nonprofit sector overseeing the charge of the Texas Office of the Attorney General to protect the public interest in charity. As Section Chief and Senior Attorney over Charitable Trusts in both the Consumer Protection Division and the Financial Litigation and Charitable Trusts Division of the Office, she served under four Texas Attorneys General and oversaw teams of investigators and assistant attorneys general.
Over the course of her career, she has lectured frequently at nonprofit and trust conferences such as UT’s Nonprofit Organizations Institute and the State Bar’s Annual Conference on Governance of Nonprofit Organizations and at training sessions for nonprofit entities offered by the LBJ School of Public Affairs, UT’s School of Law, and ACC’s Center for Nonprofit Studies, amongst numerous regional trust associations and others. She served many years on the board of regulators of the National Association of State Charity Officials and was a frequent speaker at its annual conferences dedicated to education and training.