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Cocktails, entertainment, heavy hors d'oeuvres, silent & live auction

Community Trivia Quest is UC Irvine School of Law's PILF (Public Interest Law Fund) fundraising event to enable current and future UCI Law students to commit to summer positions at organizations focused on providing services for traditionally under-represented communities. Proceeds from this event will provide stipends to students who accept non-paying, full-time public interest jobs this summer.

Trivia Quest Teams:
AAA Automobile Club of Southern California  |  Irvine Company  |  Jones Day  |  O'Melveny & Myers, LLP  |   Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company  |  Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, P.C.


General Information

Ticket iconTickets and registration

$70 each*
*Walk-in ticket prices will be $85 on 3/16/13.
(Discounts available for students, UCI faculty/staff, School of Law alumni and public interest lawyers.)


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The Hilton Orange County, Costa Mesa
3050 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Map and Directions >>

Heart iconHow to donate

  • Auction Items: To donate items for the auction, please send an email to pilf@uci.edu


Interested in becoming a sponsor for this fundraising event? Please send an email to pilf@uci.edu.

Event Sponsors

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Class of 2013 & Friends

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O'Melveny & Myers LLP logo UCI School of Law - Class of 2012 Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. logo

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Kantor & Kantor logo Verizon Wireless logo Milbank logo Latham & Watkins LLP logo Snell and Wilmer logo

More Sponsors

Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company

Gary Singer


The UCI Public Interest Law Fund provides financial support to UCI Law students working to address gaps in our justice system and to assist those with the greatest need in our community. PILF seeks to enable all interested UCI Law students to serve the public interest – a core mission of UC Irvine School of Law – by providing work stipends, networking opportunities and informational resources so that students gain hands-on experience and an understanding of how the law works, with real clients and real problems.