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Mar. 24, 2010

About 300 lawyers, judges, students and guests attended a dinner and auction for the UCI School of Law Public Interest Law Fund Saturday night to support students who will work in unpaid internship at nonprofit groups this summer. All 60 of the new law school’s students have lined up summer jobs, including about 35 with public interest and government offices and 18 with federal and state trial and appellate judges. First-year student Lauren Davis and Professor Mario Barnes, above, auctioned off several of the more unusual items, including a poker game for seven with U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, which went for $750. Law student Adam Brauner, right, who has landed a plum paid summer job with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Irvine, bid on an item during the auction.

About 300 lawyers, judges, students and guests attended a dinner and auction for the UCI School of Law Public Interest Law Fund Saturday night to support students who will work in unpaid internship at nonprofit groups this summer. All 60 of the new law school?s students have lined up summer jobs, including about 35 with public interest and government offices and 18 with federal and state trial and appellate judges.

First-year student Lauren Davis and Professor Mario Barnes, above, ...

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