PILF 2016-17 Events

The annual UCI Public Interest Law Fund (PILF) events raise money 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.

How to get involved

5K flier
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PILF 2016 5K race

Join the School of Law students, staff, faculty, and family and friends of UCI Law for our fourth annual 5K race.

  • Where: Ring Road, UCI Campus. Please check in at Anteater Plaza
  • When: Sunday, October 23, 2016. Check-in begins at 8:45 a.m. and the race starts at 9:30 a.m.
  • Who: Prices are $20 for the UCI Community (faculty, staff, students, alums using UCI email to register), $25 for general public, and $55 for a family of 4 including 2 adults and 2 children under 18. 

Donate-A-Day’s Pay

Kicks off October 31, 2016 and continues throughout the year. A cornerstone of UCI Law PILF is the UCI Law community’s Donate-A-Day’s Pay (DADP) campaign. Faculty, staff, alumni, students with paid summer jobs, and family and friends of UCI Law commit to donate a day’s pay to support upaid public interest work.

Donations can be made by clicking on the following link: https://www.uadv.uci.edu/Donate-A-Days-Pay-Program/

The DADP campaign kicks off Oct. 31 but donations are accepted throughout the year. Questions? Contact the student chairs Dustin Nirschl dnirschl@lawnet.uci.edu and Tryphena Liu trypheyl@lawnet.uci.edu, or staff advisor Anna Davis at adavis@law.uci.edu or (949) 824-2026.

Student and Alumni/Faculty Online Auction

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Thank You Event

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“I worked at Public Law Center in Santa Ana on the Operation Veterans Re-Entry Project. It's rewarding to see [my client's] resilience as we work on her legal issues, and her confidence in moving forward...”
Leah Gasser-Ordaz, Class of 2014

“ I worked at the Orange County Office of the Alternate Defender ... We reviewed hundreds of cases and drafted habeas writs for eligible clients, some of whom may soon be set free.”
Amy Meier, Class of 2014