BC Law professor Ray Madoff was recently featured in major media outlets for her research and her role with the Forum on Philanthropy and the Public Good, which she founded at BC Law. Professort Madoff's most recent co-authored report has led to a Senate bill that pushes for major changes to donor-advised funds and the laws governing philanthropy. Read the full coverage from The New York Times and various news outlets below:

Senate Bill Aims to Change Philanthropy Laws (The New York Times)

Related Coverage: 

WGBH News: “Should Charitable Giving Laws Be Reformed? BC Professor Says Yes

The NonProfit Times: “Donor-Advised Funds Added to New Federal Legislation

The Chronicle of Philanthropy: “Scholars Debate Whether Donor-Advised Funds Deprive Charities of $300 Billion

The Seattle Times: “Senators push to measure to accelerate DAF, foundation giving

The Denver Post: “On Philanthropy: Pressure builds to increase giving requirements and expand charitable deductions” 

JD Supra: “Accelerating Charitable Efforts Act Introduced

Inside Philanthropy: “Decades of Warehousing Charitable Dollars: The “Fidelity Effect” on Charitable Giving

Philanthropy Roundtable: “Behind the Debate: Examining the Measures of DAF Payout