Holly Schadler, JD


Holly Schadler  is an attorney in Washington DC and concentrates her practice on representing tax-exempt organizations, including private foundations and public charities in connection with tax, federal and state campaign finance, governmental ethics, lobbying and corporate matters. Her legal guide,The Connection, (published by the Alliance for Justice), now in its third edition, addresses the complexities of managing networks of tax-exempt organizations and political groups. She speaks frequently on nonprofit issues and has written numerous articles on tax-exempt organization topics. In addition, she has worked for environmental organizations on the national and state level.



The Connection: Strategies for Creating and Operating 501(c)(3)s, 501(c)(4)s and Political Organizations, Alliance for Justice, Third Edition, 2012


The Effect of Citizens United on Tax and Campaign Laws Governing Tax-Exempt Organizations, 65 Exempt Org. Tax Rev. 229 (March 2010) (with Laurence E. Gold)


Non-Profit Organizations, Public Policy and the Political Process: A Guide to the Internal Revenue Code and Federal Election Campaign Act, The Tides Center


No Free Lunch? The House and Senate Gift Rules and Nonprofit Organizations, Exempt Organizations Tax Review


Investing in Change: A Funders Guide to Supporting Advocacy, Alliance for Justice


Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002: How Will It Affect Nonprofits?, 36 Exempt Org. Tax Rev. 171 (2002) (with Michael B. Trister)


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