Roger Colinvaux , professor, law, was quoted in The American Prospect and Chronicle of Philanthropy regarding the rise of donor advised funds. See below.

From: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Date: October 27, 2016 Author: Alex Daniels and Drew Lindsay

..."I tend to look at the commercial DAFs as really being a conduit and a way to delay charitable spending," says Roger Colinvaux, a law professor with Catholic University's Columbus School of Law, who calls for a payout rule for DAFs in a new paper. "I don't think they're necessarily good or necessarily bad," he says, and "if donors want to use them, terrific. ... But let's just make sure the money is spent within a reasonable time and not saved."...

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