Poker for PILP
Date: February 17 2012 7:30pm Location: Legal Research Center - Lewis & Clark Law School
The Public Interest Law Project (PILP) would like to invite you to come play a few rounds of Texas Hold’ Em with faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Reach out to your friends and encourage them to come and play against Professors Larry Brown, Bernie Vail, Steve Kanter and Ron Lansing.
If you’ve never played, don’t miss this opportunity
to learn, and if you’re a pro, come show off your skills!
- Parking will be free.
- Food, beverages, and prizes provided.
- Bring your best poker face and cash!
- $10 for first buy in
- $15 for each additional buy in
Naomi Keiko Andress
PILP Project Coordinator
*All proceeds go towards PILP stipends for students doing public
interest work over the summer, and towards the school’s LRAP (loan
repayment assistance program) for graduates pursuing public interest
Personal testimonies from 2011 stipend recipients.
Kindly respond with your plans to attend by February 15!
The Law Alumni Relations Office is located in The Gantenbein Building of Lewis & Clark Law School.
Director of Alumni Relations
Linda J. Lopeman