Doug Mancino ’74 named 2020 Community Service Award Recipient
The Moritz College of Law Alumni Society has named Doug Mancino ’74, the 2020 Community Service Award recipient. The award is presented to the Moritz College of Law graduate who has volunteered significant and sustained time and expertise to assist a local, state, national, or international humanitarian organization.
Mancino is a partner in the Corporate Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. For more than 40 years he has represented all types of health care and nonprofit organizations on tax, business, and financial matters. He has authored or co-authored five books and treatises, and more than 90 articles concerning tax-exempt organizations and health care issues. A former president of the American Health Lawyers Association, Mancino served for three years as vice chair publications of the ABA’s Tax Section. He is a frequent lecturer/speaker on many legal, tax and health care subjects.
He enjoys a national reputation as one of the country’s top health care and tax-exempt organization lawyers. Active in many civic and charitable activities, Mancino is currently Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Children’s Burn Foundation, and a member of the Boards of Directors of the Irvine Health Foundation, The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy and Health Net, Inc. (NYSE). He is also a member of the Executive Board and an executive vice president of the Music Center Leadership Council. He has previously served on the boards of several other nonprofit organizations, including the Kent State University Foundation, and the National Center on Philanthropy and the Law. In 2016, Mancino was honored by the Children’s Burn Foundation with the “Spirit of Humanity Award” for his 20 years of service as Chairman of the Board and for his selfless dedication and service to the foundation.