PILF Auction Raises Nearly $30,000
|Professor Art Greenbaum, faculty advisor to the Public Interest Law Foundation, takes his turn at the auctioneer's podium.|
The annual Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) Auction held on Thursday, March 2, raised nearly $30,000. These monies will be used to provide support for Moritz students engaged in public interest employment over the summer. The figure is the second highest total in PILF history.
"I want to recognize the enormous effort put in by our students to put this auction on," said Professor Art Greenbaum, faculty advisor to PILF. "Carrying off an event like this takes lots of time, planning, creativity, attention to detail and commitment. Kudos to them for a spectacular job!"