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February 19, 2007

Feb. 23: Great deals and lots of fun at the Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund auction

 
BiddabiddaIhear400Ihear450whaddyagonnabid???!! 

It’s OLSPIF AUCTION TIME!
Great deals and lots of fun at the

Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund auction 

Friday, February 23
Knight Law Center
1515 Agate Street on the UO campus in Eugene
olspif@uoregon.edu
 

The Oregon Law Students’ Public Interest Fund invites you to a night of entertainment for a worthy cause. 

 
6:00 P.M. The fun begins!
Cost is $15 for a commemorative OLSPIF glass and three drinks – wine and microbrews.  Look over the silent auction items and bid high!
 
7:00 P.M.  2006-7 Public Interest Awards
Presented by U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken 
 
Shortly thereafter: Live auction
with Auctioneer Tom Lininger, associate professor of law.

DON’T MISS THESE ONE-OF-A-KIND OPPORTUNITIES!!!

* Wine tasting with Dean Jamie Moffitt and Professor Michael Moffitt
    *    A week in Whistler, BC, the number 1 ski resort!
* Hot air balloon ride
    *    Drinks with Professor Judd Sneirson at Rennie’s Landing
* Poker night with Professor Rob Illig
    *    Newport, Oregon weekend package
* Hotel and casino packages too numerous to mention
    *    Oregon landscape print from photographer Gary Tepfer
* Scotch tasting
    *    Tickets to local theatres and performing art venues
* CLE  certificate

…and more!
 
All funds raised at the auction go directly toward summer stipends for UO law students in public interest positions.  Last year’s auction raised money for 9 students who worked at the Lane County Advocacy Center, the Northwest Justice Project, and other worthy nonprofits.

OLSPIF is a non-partisan, non-profit student organization within the University of Oregon School of Law.  OLSPIF raises funds to cover students’ basic living expenses while they are working for organizations that offer legal help to low income communities and individuals.
 

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