Public Interest Law Project : 15th Annual Auction
Date: February 26, 2005
The Public Interest Law Project was organized by law students in 1990 as a chapter of the National Association of Public Interest Law (NAPIL) - now known as Equal Justice Works. PILP is dedicated to encouraging law students to pursue public interest careers. An annual auction and other fund-raising efforts have allowed PILP to award ten to fifteen stipends per summer. Summer stipend recipients have worked for a variety of organizations, dealing with issues such as children’s rights, environmental protection, domestic violence, and civil rights.
Silent Auctions beginning at 6 p.m.; Live Auction begins at 8 p.m
Tickets: $15 general, $10 students at the door.
For further information see http://law.lclark. edu/~pilp/