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Association Law is a unique form of legal practice, since it combines elements of many traditional legal activities into one all-encompassing area of specialization to meet the needs of "associations." By the term "association," we mean not only an organization which is tax-exempt under 50l(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code, but also other tax-exempt organizations such as, professional societies, nonprofits, educational organizations, advocacy groups, voluntary employee benefit plans and other similar entities; these would generally be categorized as 50l(c)(3), (c)(4), and (c)(9) organizations.

It’s been our experience that, no matter what the field of endeavor of the organization’s clients or constituents, the organizations themselves, as organizational entities, face similar problems and have similar legal needs. We opted, therefore, for the term "Association Law" as a more succinct identification of what we do.


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