Peruse a Complete List of our Live Auction Items for the 2016 Auction
L - 0 Wining and Dining with Professor Thomas
Wining and Dining! Join Professor Kathleen Thomas for a relaxing evening of wine tasting and accompany h'orderves. This hosted culinary scroll through the world of vino is limited to 6 lucky students!
L - 1 Biker Bar for 14
Ever wished you could drink beer and exercise at the same time? Take your multi-tasking to the max with a ride on the Biker Bar with 13 of your closest colleagues—we mean, friends.
L - 2 A Night of Poker with Professor Coyle
Share a relaxing, yet exciting, evening with Prof. Coyle and fellow students, eating chips, drinking drinks, and, most of all, playing a lot of poker (Max. 5 students)
L - 3 Drinks and Apps at Franklin Hotel
Spend some quality time at the Franklin Hotel relaxing over drinks and appetizers with Prof. Mosteller and Prof. Gibson
L - 4 City Kitchen Club
Chat it up with Professors Eichner, Weissman, Savasta-Kennedy and three-four other students at City Kitchen—dinner’s on them!
L - 5 Poker Face
Come play in a Hold-em Poker tournament at Professor Kennedy’s house one evening. Enjoy home-made desserts and refreshments as you compete for $100 in prize money against Professor Kennedy and some of your classmates. Professor Kennedy will put up the stake money for everyone and guarantees that he will be the sucker at the table. (Maximum of six students.)
L - 6 Dinner and Karaoke
Enjoy dinner for 8 at Kipos, with Professors McClanahan and Gurvich, then sing your heart out karaoke-style on Franklin Street
L - 7 Opine with Orth
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres with the foremost expert on both the North Carolina Constitution AND North Carolina property law. Bring your questions about Haunted Houses and where to buy the snazziest 3-piece suits in the Triangle; if you're lucky, he'll bring the deed to his house...
L - 8 City Kitchen Dinner with Professor Wegner
Take the night off from cooking and enjoy a delicious dinner at City Kitchen with Professor Wegner. 6 students have a chance at this wonderful dining experience.
L- 9 Learn the Ropes
The entire externship team (Prof. Zanin, Prof. S-K, Prof. Lyubkin and Melissa) are in for an outing for up to six students to the high ropes course at Camp Chestnut Ridge followed by campfire and smores (also at Chestnut Ridge)
L - 10 Dinner and Drinks with Student Development
All American fun with Dean K, Dean N, Dorsey Bachenheimer and Hannah Camenzind. Burgers for 4 at a Franklin Street burger place TBD & drinks after.
L - 11 Tigers and Lunch
Take a walk on the wild side with a trip for four to the Carolina Tiger Rescue in Pittsboro, followed by lunch.
L - 12 Dinner on Franklin
The dinner itself is not on international territory; you’re stuck in the United States of America. But who better to be having dinner in the U.S. with than international law expert, Prof. Weisburd? And three other students, who may or may not have expertise in international law – no guarantees.
L - 13 Game night at the Gerhardt's
They work hard, they play hard. Enjoy a night of fun and games with the Gerhardts.
L - 14 Supper with Salinas
Professor Salinas and his wife will host a Mexican dinner with drinks at his home with his family. This is offered for 8 students and their significant others.
L - 15 Tea Time
Join Dean Novinsky for an English sit down of high tea!
L - 16 The Fashionable Hazen Collection
Did you have Prof. Hazen for Business Associations and wonder where he got those fashionable, stylish ties? Do you want to be a successful future lawyer and dress sharp like Prof. Hazen? Well don’t miss out on this opportunity! You could be the winner of two ties from his own private collection. Dress for success!
L- 17 Eat Like a (Vegetarian) Rock Star
You and up to five friends can enjoy a dinner prepared by Professor Hirsch, a former cook at the Dave Matthews Band’s favorite vegetarian restaurant. Included are a vegetarian meal, drinks, and possibly some stories about the band before they were famous.
L - 18 Drinks with Professor Marshall
Join Professor Marshall for a lively evening of drinks and discussions about the First Amendment, politics, and why he hates New Jersey.
L - 19 B-Ball with Professor Broome
Get treated to dinner and watch the UNC v. N.C. State men’s basketball game on Wednesday, Feb. 24th at 8:00 from the Tobacco Road Sports Bar in Chapel Hill. Only Tar Heel fans need bid.
L - 20 An Inspirational Chili Dinner
Spice things up! Join Professor Nichol at his home for his famous chili dinner for up to 15 people. You won’t go away hungry!
L - 21 Frozen Yogurt with Dean Novinsky
Fro yo with Dean No., yo. Up to four students.
L - 22 The Bow-Tie Collection
Includes a collection of the most distinguished bow ties at Carolina Law, as selected by Dean Brinkley, Professor Orbson and Shawn McKenna. Also includes a copy of A Gentleman Gets Dressed Up, which promises to transform you from an “inveterate slob” to the “tasteful, well mannered fellow, that nature intended you to be.” (p. x)
L - 23 Hiking with Hornstein
Sojourn with Professor Hornstein to Mount Rogers, the highest mountain in Virginia, and the adjacent Grayson Highlands State Park, home to wild ponies, for 6 students.
L - 24 Dinner with Professor Myers
Join Professor Myers at his home for an authentic Jamaican BBQ and the chance to discuss criminal law in an intimate setting.
L - 25 Pizza & Fitness
Work up a sweat and burn off calories with Prof. Nixon as she teaches a Line Dance Fever and Fitness class. After the class reward yourself with slices of pizza.
L - 26 Champagne Dreams
Interested in advocating for victims of domestic violence? Cross examine public interest superstars Sherry Everett and Amily McCool over champagne and chocolate dessert for up to six students.
L - 27 Italian Feast
An Italian Feast – Four lucky students will enjoy a home cooked Italian feast and, optionally, Italian wine(s), with Professor Papandrea and Ardia at their home.
L - 28 Straight Shooter
Take your gunner status to the next level with a personal lesson for a group of law students at the shooting range with a former federal prosecutor and a SWAT team member.
L - 29 Dinner with Professor Loftin
Enjoy an evening of educational stories, fun, and court anecdotes with John Loftin, JD, PhD (Religious Studies), adjunct professor and counsel for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
L - 30 Squash with Professor Kennedy
A Game of Squash (a racqetball-like sport) with Professor Kennedy followed by lunch.
L - 31 Little Italy
Be whisked away for a magical night in Tuscany (errr Carrboro). Italian dinner for four at Hannah Camenzind’ s unique Carrboro abode. Make her an offer she can’t refuse. FAHGETABOUTIT. There will be wine.
L - 32 Surf or Turf with Professor Warf
Share Burgers or Sushi and drinks, at a restaurant of your choice, with Professor Warf and fellow practicing attorneys. Enjoy dinner while gaining practical advice and a great networking advantage in the practice area of your choosing (for 4-6 students).
L - 33 Dinner with Professor McClanahan
Professor McClanahan will be cooking dinner and serving drinks to four lucky students. He isn’t promising that you’ll know contracts like the back of your hand after the meal, but he isn’t not promising that either…
L - 34 Professor Bogers Day Off
Dinner for 4 students at a Chapel Hill restaurant like 411, Lucha Tigre, etc. followed by a dubious bowling outing for true amateurs at Mardi Gras lanes.
L - 35 Table for Six
Lunch or Dinner for Four with Professors Chew and Bishop.
L - 36 Yoga & Za
Professor Anne Klinefelter and her husband Michael Dorman will host a yoga class followed by a wood-fired, home-cooked pizza dinner for six.
L - 37 An Evening of Classical Music at the Brinkley Residence
An evening of classical chamber music at the home of Dean Brinkley in Raleigh. Up to 15 students, wine, coffee, hours d’oeuvres, and dessert followed by a brief musical program with commentary on the pieces. Dean Brinkley will be performing!
L - 38 South African Adventure
Enjoy Gansbaai, South Africa for seven days and seven nights. This low key hamlet is known for whale-watching, great white shark diving, world class wineries and scenic hiking. Only a two hour drive to Cape Town! 3L’s could easily make this part of their post-bar trip!