Public Service Auction

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Public Service Auction?
The Public Service Auction helps fund summer Public Interest Summer Funding Grants for 1L and 2L students, enabling public interest organizations to utilize the skills of law students while allowing those students to gain valuable training for future public interest work. The extraordinary work that NYU Law students commit themselves to spans a variety of fieldsfrom children’s advocacy to environmental protection to providing services to low-income individuals. Please read the Student Stories section for more information.

What is the Public Interest Law Center?
Created in 1992, New York University School of Law’s Public Interest Law Center (PILC) has become a national model for the promotion of public service. As the focal point for public service opportunities at NYU School of Law, PILC oversees a variety of programs and provides students interested in public service with comprehensive support from course advice to career counseling. More

How can I get tickets?
Tickets for the 2015 Public Service Auction are available here.  Ticket price includes admission, food and drink.  When you register for a ticket, you will receive a bid number to use for both the silent and live auction.  The credit card you use to register for a ticket will be linked to your bid number.  Any item you win will be charged to that credit card.

How can I donate?
If you are interested in donating an item or cash to the Public Service Auction, please visit the Donations page

When/Where is the Auction?
The auction will be held on Thursday, February 26, 2015, at NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall, which is located at 40 Washington Square South.


Public Service Auction | c/o Public Interest Law Center | 245 Sullivan Street, Room 430
New York, New York 10012-1074 | Telephone: (212) 998-6686 |