Sandy Tarrant provides comprehensive legal advice to tax exempt organizations, businesses and individuals working on nonprofit issues. Sandy advises clients on general corporate and organizational matters: formation, ongoing operations and dissolution; obtaining and maintaining tax exempt status; mergers, affiliations and other business transactions; compliance; financing; tax exempt bonds; tax exemption; and matters involving fiduciary, governance, fundraising and donor issues.
In 2009, Sandy took a professional leave from the firm as a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor and Director of the nonprofit and transactional Community Enterprise Clinic at Boston College Law School. She continues to serve as an adviser and teacher for the Community Enterprise Clinic.
Prior to joining Casner & Edwards in 2004, Sandy was an associate in the Corporate and Public Finance practices at the Boston law firm Mintz Levin. Before law school, she worked in varying capacities for nonprofit and political organizations around New England.
Sandy received her J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School, a B.A. from Boston College and completed the Graduate Program for Women in Politics and Government.