Dana Brakman Reiser is Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, where she has taught courses in Nonprofit Law, Social Enterprise, Corporations, Property, and Trusts and Estates for over ten years. Her recent scholarship focuses on the legal and social ramifications of the increasing trend toward hybridization of nonprofit and for-profit endeavor, and has appeared in Wake Forest Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review and Fordham Law Review, among others. She also has written extensively on nonprofit accountability and governance, and the role of members and other non-fiduciary constituencies in nonprofit organizations. Professor Brakman Reiser is a member of the American Law Institute and the Chair of the Section on Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law of the American Association of Law Schools. Before joining the BLS faculty, Professor Brakman Reiser was a legal fellow in the Office of the General Counsel of Partners HealthCare System, Inc. and served as a law clerk to Judge Bruce Selya of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.