Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation 17th Annual Bid for Justice Auction

Global Social Justice Lawyering

March 7, 2009 @ 5:30pm

Since its inception in 1993, SPILF’s Annual “Bid for Justice” Auction has been an important part of the organization's fundraising activities and a valued event for the law school community.

Up for bid this year are items such as four tickets and hospitality passes to Paul McCartney, four tickets to The Tonight Show, lunch for five with the Vice President & General Counsel of Google, and James Bond costumes.

Organized entirely by students, “Bid For Justice” offers an exciting evening of competitive bidding. The affair includes a silent auction and a live auction emceed by Stanford Law School professors. Plus, all items are available for viewing and bidding online.

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The Chief: Ron George at the Helm of California’s Supreme Court

Ron George“It really boiled down to a fundamental question: When is a court overreaching in its function and when is it shirking its responsibility to go forward regardless of public clamor,” says California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George '64, on how he came to his landmark decision In re Marriage Cases, in this profile from the last issue of the Stanford Lawyer.

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Bill Neukom: Batting 1,000

AfghanistanFormer General Counsel of software giant Microsoft and President of the American Bar Association, Bill Neukom ’67 is now the General Managing Partner of the San Francisco Giants. Always passionate about the law, Neukom discusses his extraordinary career and his latest position with his favorite baseball team in this Stanford Lawyer profile.

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