PIFP Smashes Expectations with Book Sale
The Walter Lucas Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) raised more than $6000 during its inaugural used book sale in the first weeks of the 2010 fall semester. Thomas Herman’11 and Dan Strumpf ’11, PIFP’s co-directors, attribute the sale’s success to the generosity of their fellow students and the larger law school community. “Alumni and current students donated the books and supplements, current students saved big money on the used books, and the proceeds will help benefit students this summer,” said Herman. “This is a fantastic way to start the year.” “We owe a lot of credit to the 09-10 PIFP board who had the foresight to begin collecting book donations a year in advance,” said Strumpf.
“The current board picked up where they left off and figured out how to make the sale happen.” PIFP plans to hold another sale this Spring and is currently accepting used book donations.
Donation arrangements can be made by contacting email@example.com. PIFP is a student run organization that provides financial support to students who commit their summers to public service legal work as well as loan repayment assistance to graduates working for a public service organization or governmental agency. For more information please click here