This Note has focused on three issues concerning membership in nonprofit corporations: whether members are entitled to increased protection of voting rights; whether state courts adequately have analyzed questions of membership standing to assert individual claims; and whether members should have standing to institute derivative actions on behalf of a nonprofit corporation. In each of these areas membership rights deserve increased legal recognition and protection.
Robert H. Brownlee,
Membership Rights in Nonprofit Corporations: A Need for Increased Legal Recognition and Protection,
29 Vanderbilt Law Review
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