Founded in 1993, Loyola Law School's Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) is a non-partisan, student-run organization invested in fostering the careers of students dedicated to providing assistance to those traditionally underrepresented in the legal system. PILF offers stipends to current students who dedicate their summer to public interest legal work - which generally goes unpaid - through its Summer Stipend Award Program. The Summer Stipend Award Program is funded almost entirely through PILF's Annual Auction Night.
Alumni, faculty, students, family and friends are all encouraged to attend Loyola’s signature Public Service fundraising event.
Click here to register and purchase tickets for a chance to win a trip for two to Maui (only 100 prize drawing tickets will be sold). This year's event features silent- and live-auctions, food and drink, casino, bingo, wine pull and a live performance by classic rock and soul band, The Weasels (featuring Professors Jay DAugherty and Michael Diliberto and Loyola students Geof Gallegosand J.B. Ballard).
Can't attend the event on September 22, but want in on the Maui prize drawing? Click here.
The auction is online so that everyone can participate. Items, packages, and experiences will continue to be added up until the event, so check back regularly to scope out what you might want to take home.
Help PILF raise additional funds by contributing an item, experience or package to the auction. Item/package contributions with accompanying documentation entitle the donor to a gift-receipt (used for tax purposes). Complete this online form or print and mail the PDF form if you would like to contribute something to the Auction Night event.
Corporate and firm sponsors help make PILF's Annual Auction Night an evening to remember. Click here to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.
Loyola Law School
Board of Governors
Ami Silverman ’87 and Sterling Franklin ’75