This Article focuses upon a persistent problem of the nonprofit sector--its lack of accountability to the public. Director, officer, and organizational responsibilities will be analyzed. Past and current approaches to secure accountability of charitable assets will be discussed, and a proposal for improving charitable accountability will be suggested through the creation of public-private charity commissions at the state level under the aegis of the attorney general.
James J. Fishman, Improving Charitable Accountability, 62 Md. L. Rev. 218, 222 (2003), available at http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/66/.