For UCLA Law Students:

UCLA Law offers its J.D. students the opportunity to specialize in either Business Law or Taxation. Watch an overview of the specializations and read more about the focus on business law and tax at UCLA School of Law.

UCLA Law offers courses that are particularly useful for law students interested in nonprofit work, including:

Law 220 Introduction to Federal Income Tax
Law 222 Estate and Gift Taxation
Law 291 Taxation of Business Enterprises
Law 326 Health Law and Policy
Law 363 Tax-Exempt Organizations
Law 390 Estate Planning
Law 442 Public Health Law
Law 512 Topics in Health Law and Policy Scholarship
Law 519 Health Care Access
Law 623 Topics in Nonprofit Law
Law 976 Health Care Compliance


For Senior Managers and Boards of Nonprofits:

The Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits is currently exploring creating an educational program for senior managers and new board members. Training will include tax issues, governance, and compliance, among other issues.