Public Interest Law Society Summer Grants: PILS Auction
Each year through the student fundraising efforts of the Public Interest Law Society (PILS) at the annual Public Service Auction, Loyola offers grants to support students who wish to do public interest legal work during the summer months. The Auction is the biggest student event of the year, typically raising over $20,000. Notably, the PILS Auction is a unique event for Loyola because it is entirely student run and student organized.
Some additional information:
PILS Auction Date: February 27, 2014
Location: Regents Hall, 16th Floor of Lewis Towers, 820 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611
Cost: $30 online (pre-registration), $35 at the door
We are also hosting a Continuing Legal Education program this year in conjunction with the Auction.
Electronic Communication Issues in Professional Responsibility Law
James J. Grogan
This course will provide attendees with a greater understanding of lawyer regulatory law in light of new and evolving modes of electronic communication. Legal malpractice, employment concerns, and the disciplinary impact of a lawyer's misuse of social networking, the internet, and e-mail, will be discussed. In addition, new trends in professional responsibility law will be reviewed including, but not limited to, the growth of improper communications between advocates and adjudicators, and the epidemic increase of lawyer disciplinary cases involving the unauthorized dissemination of attorney-client protected information.
CLE Hours: This program has been approved for 2.0 hours of Professional Responsibility CLE credit by the IL MCLE Board and the ILSCCP.
Location: Beane Hall, 13th Floor Lewis Towers 820 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611
Time: 5 pm check in; 5:15-7:15pm class
Cost: $5 with the purchase of a $30 PILS Auction ticket.