Learn more about Nonprofit Law Training, its training solutions, and its Lead Trainer.

About Nonprofit Law Training

Nonprofit Law Training offers training solutions for 501(c)(3) and other tax-exempt nonprofits, governmental units, and grant-funded entities.  The mission of Nonprofit Law Training is to make quality training on legal, governance, and grants management topics more affordable and accessible to the public and social sectors.  Training solutions include live and on-demand webinars, group workshops and conferences, and on-site learning.  Training can be delivered live (either in-person or through web conferencing) as well as on-demand.  Nonprofit Law Training offers pre-designed courses that are “ready-to-train” as well as custom training solutions that are individually designed to meet your organization’s specific needs.

About Our Lead Trainer

Brian Tipton, Esq., serves as the Lead Trainer for Nonprofit Law Training.  Brian is a practicing attorney, consultant, and trainer, who works with nonprofits, grant-funded entities, and other tax-exempt organizations throughout the United States.  He is a summa cum laude graduate of both the Louisiana State University and the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University.  Before entering private practice, Brian completed a judicial clerkship with Senior United States District Judge James H. Hancock, of the Northern District of Alabama.  Since entering private practice, he has concentrated on representing the public and social sectors.  Currently, in addition to providing training solutions through Nonprofit Law Training, Brian is Managing Director with Kirk Private Client Law, LLC, in Atlanta, where he heads the firm’s nonprofit and charitable solutions practice.

Over the course of his career, Brian has worked with many different nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, including charitable organizations, private foundations, trade and professional associations, public utility boards, Community Action Agencies, Head Start programs, and grant-funded entities.  He regularly represents nonprofit organizations in the areas of regulatory compliance, grant law, government audits, funding source disputes, administrative appeals, and litigation.  In addition, he consults with organizations on governance, human resources, programmatic, and corporate matters, and develops and presents training programs for nonprofits.  Brian is also a frequent speaker at local, state, regional, and national conferences for nonprofit organizations and grant-funded entities.