Defining Taxing and Regulating Not-for-Profits in the 21st Century conference


Thu 19/07/2012   until  Fri 20/07/2012

Time: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM


 About the conference

The Not-for-Profit Project at Melbourne Law School is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a major international conference on defining, taxing and regulating the not-for-profit sector in Australia on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 July, 2012.
The aim of the conference is to enable academics and other experts to reflect, from theoretical and comparative perspectives, on the theme of defining, taxing and regulating the not-for-profit sector. The conference coincides with a very active period of not-for-profit law reform in Australia, with the establishment of a new national regulator, the statutory definition of charity and other changes to the taxation and regulation of charities and other not-for-profit entities.
 Registration and Payment 
Thank you for your interest in the Defining, Taxing and Regulating Not-for-Profits in the 21st Century Conference. We are currently commissioning a new online payment system which requires you to register in a two step process.
In Step 1, details should be entered on the registration page for the event
In Step 2, details will then be required a second time as part of the payment process. If you are paying for multiple delegates, please ensure they are registered individually at Step 1 or contact the Project at to arrange a Tax Invoice for large group bookings.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we work to integrate this new functionality.
Should you have any difficulties with the payment gateway, please contact Dr Joyce Chia at and we will assist you with the registration process.
For more information on the conference, click here.


Melbourne Law School


185 Pelham Street Carlton VIC 3053

Contact Person:

Associate Professor Matthew Harding

Contact Details:


5 Jul 2012

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