Church Legal Issues
Many churches are considering the advantages of incorporation. It is a means of protecting church members from any liability beyond the liability insurance coverage of the church. An incorporated church becomes a legal entity and is separated from the members who formed and make up the membership of the church. When the church is incorporated, lawsuits filed against the church are filed against the church itself which has become a legal entity. Incorporation is another financial protection that is both desired and appreciated by many church members. This course explores the legal issues for clergy and churches in the 21st century
This Directed Reading course is a required course for all Graduate Students.
- Teacher: Kara Drachnyd