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PILF Auction Benefits Public Interest Fellowships
More than $15,000 was raised
March 18, 2003
Professor Art Greenbaum, advisor to PILF, looks for the next bid.
A substantial number of Moritz Law students will benefit as the result of the annual Public Interest Law Foundation Auction on March 12. The auction raised more than $10,000 that will be used to fund summer fellowships to law students who take unpaid or low-paying public interest jobs. In addition, the Moritz College of Law contributed $5,000 to the event, bringing the total to more than $15,000.
More than 40 faculty, staff, alumni, and friends contributed items to be auctioned, ranging from a round of golf with a professor and lunch with an Ohio Supreme Court Justice, to gourmet food baskets and bobbleheads. Auctioneers were professors Arthur Greenbaum and Mary Beth Beazley and second-year student, Curt Tuggle, who is a professional auctioneer.