The 2014 SPIN Online Auction kicked off on March 28th! The auction was a great success. Thank you everyone that worked so hard, and those that contributed to our action, we couldn't do this without you. Check back for information about the 2015 Auction, which will be BIGGER and Better than ever!
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What is SPIN?
Temple's Student Public Interest Network (SPIN) has been helping Temple Law students get involved in public interest legal work since 1992. Our organization achieves this goal by raising funds to provide public interest opportunities for summer public interest work, both by direct donations and through our annual online auctions.
SPIN has three primary goals:
- Support a public interest community at Temple
- Host events and provide volunteering opportunities for students
- Raise money for students doing public interest work over the summer
SPIN was formed in 1992 to help Temple Law students get funding to be involved in public interest legal work during their law school careers. Ever since, SPIN has sought to ensure that future students would be able to afford to do such valuable work, and to gain the rich experience it offers. Since its inception, SPIN has raised over $200,000, which has been used to make grants to students working for non-profit legal organizations during the summer. The funds are raised through the efforts of Temple Law students in a series of events that culminate with an annual auction.
Presidents: Amanda Cappelletti and Abigail Thibeault
Community Service: Jaclyn Poulton and Vijaya Singh
Fundraising: Shelley Reinhart
Treasurer: Abigail Thibeault
Technology: Jason B. Reeves and Adam Weinstein
Forum: Adam Weinstein and Briannon Irwin
Auction: Amanda Cappelletti
Solicitations: Alexis Shaw and Michael McFarland