Tuesday, April 8, 2014 · 6 p.m.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
“I loved making the connection between what I learned in the classroom and work as a practitioner. The attorneys I worked with showed me what zealous advocacy looks like: giving voice to people who are truly voiceless.”
-Iliza Bershad ’13
The Cardozo Public service Auction is excited to announce that the 2014 Auction is going digital!
- Beginning March 27th, bids for ALL silent auction items can be made online, and new lots will be added daily. With over 100 lots, you can get a head start and place your opening bids early!
- All on-site bidding at the event will be done digitally, making bidding easy and convenient. No need to hover around the items you are trying to win—this year you can place a bid with one of our friendly auction valets and, if you want, even have text notifications sent straight to your mobile phone any time you are outbid!
- If you cannot attend the event, you still have the opportunity to bid on (and win) your favorite silent auction lots! Compete with guests in the room and bid on items remotely, in real time, through the close of the auction at 8pm on April 8th.
You will not want to miss this night of fun, food, and spirits, all to help students receive summer stipends for unpaid internships in the public sector!
For more information, please contact the Auction office at (212) 790-0204 or CardozoAuction14@gmail.com.
The Cardozo Law Public Service Auction is organized by the Cardozo Public Interest Law Students and named in honor of Kathryn O. Greenberg ‘82.