PILA Auction Set For Saturday

Posted Nov. 12, 2009

Moran and Geis
Karen Moran and George Geis

The Public Interest Law Association will hold its annual auction beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday at Charlottesville’s Doubletree Hotel. 

Professors George Geis and Karen Moran will host the auction, and all proceeds will benefit law students who work in unpaid public interest summer jobs.

Tickets are available through Friday in the Law School’s Hunton Williams Hall for $35. PILA will provide transportation from the Law School to the event venue.

Auction items include a progressive dinner for 15 with the dean and four professors, lunch with Slate Senior Editor Dahlia Lithwick, dinner with Professor Geis, and a fire-breathing display by first-year law student Walker Fults.

Click here for the full program, with a complete list of auction items.

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