2023 Buffalo Public Interest Law Program Auction

Buffalo Public Interest Law Program
March 2023
05:00 PM EDT
March 2023
08:00 PM EDT
GOAL $7,500.00
101.8% REACHED!

About Our Auction

2024 AUCTION HERE: https://www.32auctions.com/BPILPAuction

Welcome to BPILP's 2023 Auction Website!

About the Auction
BPILP's annual Auction will be held at Pearl @ the Webb, 92 Pearl St, Buffalo, NY 14202; from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Auction items will be available for preview online at www.32auctions.com/BPILP2023 beginning March 27. You may bid on Online Auction Items beginning on Thursday, March 30, at 5 p.m. Bidding closes on 8 p.m. on Friday, March 31.

Payment for Auction Winners can be made at: https://activities-ubf-buffalo.nbsstore.net/bpilp-auction-item-winner.

Live Auction Items and Raffle Items are listed on this site, but are only available to in-person attendees. These are the "buy it now" items listed at $1 million, and are marked as such. Please do not attempt to buy these items.

**Items subject to change without notice until Auction begins on 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 30.

Tickets to the Auction are available here: https://activities-ubf-buffalo.nbsstore.net/bpilp-auction-ticket

Donations to made to BPILP at this link: https://ubfoundation.buffalo.edu/giving/index.php?gift_allocation=01-3-0-02847&fbclid=IwAR1DWqeHIuFjGYvcVaWgD2vqodoRRkOVGFFl3TAgdJ7bXukcqjHpjFI2EZo

2 drink tickets and hors d'oeuvres included with your ticket. Ticket prices increase $5 at the door.

About Buffalo Public Interest Law Program

Commonly referred to as BPILP, the Buffalo Public Interest Law Program was founded at the School of Law in 1979. The goal of its founding members was to encourage law students to use their talents to bring equal access to those in need of legal help. Since 1993, this goal has been accomplished through providing competitive fellowships to law students who spend their summers working in the public interest sector.

Funding Fellowships

All of the money BPILP raises throughout the year from our fundraisers, including the auction, goes to students in the form of fellowships. The public interest and not-for-profit agencies where our fellows work are often understaffed and need additional assistance, but are unable to pay students. BPILP fellowships “bridge the gap” and allow students to work in the public interest and be paid to do so.

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