2022 Public interest Law Fellowship
Auction & Gala

Thank Your for Your Support! 2022 Public Interest Law Fellowship's Gala & Auction Success

The Public Interest Law Fellowship is a student-run organization designed to support students who are pursuing public interest careers. Each year, they raise funds to provide law fellows the financial support they need to take unpaid summer legal internships. This year's event raised $15,000 that will fund 5-6 Summer 2022 fellows. Thank you to the sponsors:

Silver Level Sponsors:  Duane Morris, LLP and the Mexican American Bar Association
Maroon Level Sponsors: Kim Neal; Professor Carol Pauli; Professor Charlotte Ku; Professor Susan Fortney; SWBC Life Insurance Company; Texas Aggie Bar Association; and Veronica Garza, The Law Offices of Veronica Garza


Texas A&M School of Law's annual Fellowship Gala & Auction is on Friday, March 4, 2022 at the Palmwood Event & Conference Center. The event kicks off at 7:00 p.m with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, and the live auction. Tickets are $50 and include hors d'oeuvres and 2 drink tickets. Formal attire. Parking info forthcoming.

Sneak peak of just a few of the items available at the Live Auction:
  • 1 night and 1 round of golf at Horseshoe Bay Resort
  • Roger Staubach signed football
  • 1-night stay for 2 at The Rosen House Inn
  • Dinner with Dean Ahdieh

The Public Interest Law Fellowship Gala and Auction is the primary fundraiser for the Texas A&M Law Public Interest Fellowship

The TAMU Law Fellowship is a student-run organization devoted to raising awareness of the need for dedicated legal professionals in the public sector. Our fellowship program funds internships for deserving students who perform public-interest work with organizations and attorneys providing crucial legal services to those in need. Furthermore, the program exemplifies Texas A&M School of Law’s core value of selfless service as students give back to the community while also gaining practical legal experience.

Every dollar raised by the Gala and Auction helps fund students’ living expenses while they work in the public interest sector during the summer.

The Gala includes both silent and live auctions, as well as an opportunity to hear from some of the Law Fellows themselves about their experiences. This event not only raises money for fellowships, but also serves as an opportunity for students to professionally network with local attorneys and community leaders.

If you have any questions or would like information regarding sponsoring or donating to the event please contact our President, Evelyn Y. Garcia Lopez at evelynygarcial@tamu.edu.

fellowship auction

Silent Auction

Monday, February 28 - Friday, March 4, 9:00 pm Online
Monday, February 28 - Thursday, March 3, 6:00 pm in Conference Center
View items and place bids at bit.ly/pilf2022

Silent Auction items include:
  • 1-year reserved parking spot
  • Dinner with professors
  • Bar Prep certificates
  • 1 semester of books and supplies
  • MORE!
Questions? Please contact our President, Evelyn Y. Garcia Lopez at evelynygarcial@tamu.edu.