Myron Steeves

Myron Steeves is an attorney who has been practicing law in California for over 28 years. His work combined business litigation and nonprofit organization law for the first 20 years of his practice. Myron has been employed by charities during his career, and has served on several boards, which has given him a unique perspective of the legal needs of charities. He also served as the dean of Trinity Law School, and continues to teach there. He earned his J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and is a member of the California State Bar.

  • Attorney in California for 28 years, focusing primarily on nonprofit law
  • Founder of the Church Law Center of California, a legal practice providing services for religious and political organizations, other nonprofit entities, and business leagues for over ten years
  • Current professor at and previous dean of Trinity Law School
  • Served on boards of several charities
  • Member of the California State Bar
  • J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center
Myron Steeves

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  1. Nonprofit Records: Understand What To Keep And What To Toss
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    Nonprofit Records: Understand What To Keep And What To Toss

    Nonprofit legal expert Myron Steeves will detail the best practices for recordkeeping, including getting rid of what you do not need.

    What You'll Learn

    • Which records are you required by law to maintain and make publicly available?
    • What financial and membership records should you keep?
    • How long should you retain records?
    • Why do many lawyers believe it is better to have fewer records?
    • How can you develop and implement a record retention policy?
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