Each year, William & Mary's Public Service Fund (PSF) supports law students and recent graduates who serve the public interest by working in the government or for non-profit organizations. PSF provides financial support to students for summer internships and to recent graduates for loan repayment assistance, primarily from the funds raised during the annual PSF Live and Silent Auction.
PSF is calling on alumni, faculty, students, and friends for donations for this year's auction. Donations for past auctions have included tickets to sporting or entertainment events, use of a vacation or beach home, hosting dinner or a gathering for current students, and services like house or pet-setting. Please submit an online donation form to register your donation for bidding at the auction. PSF also welcomes direct monetary donations, which can be made online.
This year's auction takes place on Friday, February 13 in the Sadler Center at 200 Stadium Drive on the College campus. Tickets to the auction are available at the door or online. PSF will additionally host an Alumni Auction before Alumni Weekend. PSF will open both events to online bidding beginning February 1, 2015.
Your support of the Public Service Fund helps advance the citizen-lawyer tradition of William & Mary Law School.
For more information about this year's auction, please contact Jason Kane at [[e|jbkane]].
Thomas Jefferson founded William & Mary Law School in 1779 to train leaders for the new nation. Now in its third century, America's oldest law school continues its historic mission of educating citizen lawyers who are prepared both to lead and to serve.