SPILF Social History Project


As part of our celebration of the 20th Anniversary Bid for Justice Auction, we want to make a social history of the Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation.  Using photos and stories, we aim to chronicle the unique space that SPILF has carved out for itself and the ways in which this organization has led the way in making Stanford Law School a place that encourages all of its students to participate in public interest.


We need you.


We can’t make a history without some amateur social historians, and that is where you come in.  Have a photo from a previous SPILF auction? We want it. Can’t find a digital version? We’ll scan it and send it back to you (and we’ll send you the digital version as well).


How about stories? Put on your thinking cap and take a trip down memory lane to come up with some special SPILF memories. They can be from the auction, from student activities, from your time as a SPILF Fellow, from a summer when you donated part of your earnings to SPILF. If it has to do with SPILF, we want it.


Contact us.


Joel Fyke (Class of 2013) is coordinating this effort, so feel free to contact him through the form below if you want to contribute or if you have any questions.  Or you can leave us a comment if you think your question may be shared by others.  Also, check back soon, as we will be creating a gallery of photos as we compile them.
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