This student-organized series of events raises funds to provide summer grants to current students so they may work at public interest organizations.
Casino Night/Live and Silent Auction
Co-sponsored by the SBA
This annual event includes a Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament, in addition to several tables of black jack, roulette and craps, plus the Live and Silent Auctions. Playing chips, appetizers, drinks and prizes are included in the ticket price.
Public Counsel PanelAttorneys from Public Counsel speak about life as a public interest attorney and opportunities to work and volunteer in the field throughout the Los Angeles community.
The Bake Sale is held in front of the Westmoreland Building, with proceeds benefiting the Public Interest Law Fund.
Trivia Bowl Challenge
Each student organization on campus is asked to form a team to compete in the Trivia Bowl - teams may be composed of students from the organizations, and/or faculty advisors. Independent Teams of students, faculty and staff who wish to participate without club representation may do so as well.
The teams are asked fun questions on pop culture and the law, and the team with the highest points in the three-round tournament wins. The names of the winning team members will be recognized on the Trophy of Champions.
Public Interest Employer Fair
Hosted by the Career Services Office
Students can network with representatives from various Public Interest organizations during this afternoon event on the Promenade.
Students can participate in trainings and service projects designed to give students the opportunity provide quality legal services to those would not otherwise be able to afford it. All law-related activities and trainings qualify for Public Service Program hours.
*If you would like to donate for the auction, please download this form (PDF).
For more information, or to contribute an auction item, contact the Student Affairs Office.