Learning & Event Calendar
Nonprofit Law - Essential Issues 101 & 102
The State Bar Association of North Dakota (SBAND) is offering a series of two webinars Sept. 5 and 12 in collaboration with NDANO.
The one-hour webinars are designed for attorneys and will focus on risk management, ethics (including lawyers serving on nonprofit governing boards), best practices, federal and state tax issues, advocacy, governing documents, open records/meeting issues, charitable solicitations, and other issues unique to nonprofit corporations.
Registration for NDANO Members: $25 per webinar
Murray Sagsveen has advised nonprofit governing boards and has served on nonprofit governing boards for over 30 years. Most recently, he was the in-house general counsel of an international special medical association for ten years; now serves on the governing boards of the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations (NDANO), Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota, and Luther Seminary; and is the general counsel for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation and the Western North Dakota Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Ariana Meyers is from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Ariana graduated from the University of Manitoba with a degree in Psychology and Family Social Sciences. She attended the University of North Dakota School of Law and graduated in May 2016. Ariana is an Associate Attorney with Vogel Law Firm in Grand Forks. Ariana’s practice focuses primarily in the area of family and domestic relations, as well as guardianships. In addition, Ariana is an adjunct Moot Court coach at the University of North Dakota School of Law. In her spare time, Ariana enjoys walleye fishing at the Lake of the Woods and curling.
Nathan Svihovec is originally from Watford City, North Dakota. Nathan completed his undergraduate degree from Dickinson State University, obtaining a double major in Business Administration and Human Resource Management. He attended the University of North Dakota School of Law and graduated in May 2016. Nathan clerked for the South Central Judicial District for one year after law school. Currently, he is an Assistant Attorney General handling the employment law and prisoner litigation portfolios in the Civil Litigation Division of the Attorney General’s Office. Nathan enjoys hunting, spending time with his dogs, and writing bios.