The Charities Project of the National State Attorneys General Program held a meeting in North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office on charities law enforcement on April 30- May 1, 2009. In an effort to reach out to individual AG offices, this meeting brought together representatives from a small number of state offices to discuss, in a small group setting, the substantive, procedural and logistical questions they have in working in the area of charities regulation.
Similar to last year’s meeting in New Hampshire Attorney General Kelly Ayotte’s office, where seven state assistant attorneys general met, experts in Charities Law led the meeting and provided resources, materials and training to these offices.
Participating states were selected because of their interest in expanding their regulatory activity despite their small staffs and/or limited resources. Participating states for the North Carolina meeting included Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina. Please refer to the resources below for more information.