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Public Interest Auction

2014 Yale Law School Public Interest Auction
Silent Auction: March 4th at 9:00AM – March 6th at 7:00PM, Main Hallway
Live Auction: March 7st at 5PM, Dining Hall
Happy bidding!

Categories
Meals
Adventures
Lessons
Services
Fitness, Beauty & Wellness
Collectibles & Other Items
Sweets &Treats
Restaurant & Bar Gift Certificates
Bar Prep

Meals

 
Donated By Faculty & Staff

  1. Jon Macey: Dinner for 3 at a restaurant of students’ choice.
  2. Linda Greenhouse: Dinner for 4 at Jimmy’s of Savin Rock. Dinner at the historic Jimmy’s of Savin Rock, the New Haven area’s iconic beachfront seafood restaurant – every YLS student should experience Jimmy’s before graduation. Transportation provided.
  3. Angela Onwuachi-Willig – Dinner for 3 students at Zinc.
  4. J.L. Pottenger and Frank Dineen: Celtic Whiskey Night
  5. Stephen Wizner & Carroll Lucht: Dinner and drinks for up to 12 students.
  6. Larry Fox: Dinner for 6. Dinner will take place at the home of Larry and Paulette Fox at a mutually convenient time.
  7. Ian Shapiro: Home-cooked dinner for up to 5 students.
  8. Judith Resnik, Dennis Curtis, Robert Post & Reva Siegel: Dinner for 3 students (plus three additional students via lottery).
  9. William Eskridge: Dinner for 7 - cooked by Professor Eskridge at his home.
  10. John Simon: Dinner for up to 8 at Ibiza; valued at $800
  11. Supreme Court Advocacy Clinic with Linda Greenhouse, Jeffrey Meyer, Andrew Pincus, and Charles Rothfeld: Dinner for four student Supreme Court groupies. The dinner will take place at a fine New Haven restaurant on a Wednesday night in April. Offered by Linda Greenhouse, Jeffrey Meyer, Andrew Pincus, and Charles Rothfeld.
  12. Heather Gerken, Gideon Yaffe & Mike Wishnie: Tapas for 8. Let us wait on you, hand and foot, while you enjoy a tapas dinner cooked by three professors. Sit by the fire and sip wine while we tempt you with steak with slow-cooked leeks and truffle aioli, a tempura egg yolk with a smoked paprika crema, and spicy mussel soup.
  13. Harold Koh: Dinner for 6 at a Korean Barbeque Restaurant.
  14. Jean Koh Peters: Sushi Dinner for 2 at Daiko Japanese Restaurant.
  15. The Career Development Office Staff: West African Meal for 6-8. The perfect solution for would-be hosts without cooking skills: the generous members of the CDO staff will deliver a home-cooked West African meal to your doorstep.
  16.  

    Donated By Students

  17. Young-Hee Kim & Michelle Cho: We will cook you and 5 of your friends a homemade Korean dinner on the date of your choice! There will be a myriad of delicious courses made exclusively from recipes from our mothers and the Internet. People who love spicy food and rice are encouraged to bid. Vegetarian requests can be accommodated, though unfortunately gluten-free or vegan requests will be difficult (Koreans are a generally carnivorous and gluten-embracing people).
  18. Sarah Esty: Take advantage of my amazing culinary skills. Home-cooked brunch for up to 10 people.
  19. Robert Klipper: Appetizers and a delicious homemade three-course dinner and wine pairing for you and three of your friends. The dinner will be hosted at the home of Robert ('16) and Rachel Klipper.

    **SAMPLE MENU, subject to change, and customizable for dietary restrictions.

    *Roasted red pepper and eggplant dip*
    *Duck confit over baby spinach and beet salad with toasted bread and warm goat cheese*
    *Butternut squash ravioli in a sage and brown butter sauce*
    *Hazelnut biscotti and chocolate mousse*
  20. APALSA submitted by Grace Kao: Dumpling Party with APALSA. The APALSA board will treat you to a night of teaching you how to make dumplings, eating green tea ice cream, and playing games! (Dinner for up to 6, not including the board.)
  21. Elizabeth Ingriselli, Albert Pak, and Britta Redwood: Enjoy a sumptuous four course meal for six prepared by chef de cuisine Britta Redwood, winner of Professor Brilmayer's cooking competition, and pastry chef Elizabeth Ingriselli, winner of the YLS chocolate cooking competition. Each course will be paired with wines selected by head sommelier Albert Pak, Certified Specialist of Wine and member of the YLS Wine Team that won the national round of the Left Bank Bordeaux Cup. The evening will begin with wine and cheese to enliven the palate, which will be followed by the four-course dinner. The dinner will include two savory courses: scallops on a bed of salad and boeuf bourguignon and two sweet courses: bananas with lime and Elizabeth's award-winning chocolate lava cakes. Relax and enjoy - this is a night that will go down in the cookbooks.
  22. Robby Nightingale: French-inspired dinner for you and up to five friends.
  23. Jamie Edwards: The best pot roast east of the Mississippi: beef roast dinner for 4 with mashed potatoes and vegetable.
  24. Yenisey Rodriguez and Viviane Scott: Breakfast 'a lo Cubano' - please come enjoy my famous cafe con leche and other island goodies. Brunch will be held on a sunny Sunday morning and against the backdrop of Caribbean jams.
  25. Alicia LeVezu, Halley Epstein, Lauren Hartz, Ida Araya-Brumskine, Haiyun Zhao, Sarah Caruana, Angela Cai: Do you want a SCOTUS clerkship? A masthead position? Coker Fellowship? Do you want to be a Moot Court finalist? A partner at a top 10 law firm? POTUS? Tenured? We can't help you with any of these things, but we can help to fund a public interest fellowship! After 3 years at this law school, we don't have much to offer the auction, but we do know how to drink wine on a school night. Do you want to hang out with us? You + wine + us + 4 friends + Fireball + wine + appetizers + wine = Priceless
  26.  

    Adventures


    Donated by Faculty & Staff

  27. Nicholas Parrillo: Join Nick Parrillo for a joint legal history discussion and whiskey tasting focused on the regulation, taxation, unlawful distillation (moonshining), smuggling, and prohibition of the most important beverage in the history of Anglo-American law, and the only one that has a rebellion named after it.  For 4 to 6 people.
  28. Fiona Doherty: A round or two of margaritas at Geronimo's for up to four students.
  29. Fiona M. Scott Morton: A coffee hour in which the winner gets to receive any microeconomics explanation he or she wants and/or talk about antitrust enforcement.
  30. Lea Brilmayer: A swim party and BBQ for 8 at Chez Brilmayer, Pleasant Point Road, Branford.
  31. Vicki Schultz: A swimming party, in Professor Schultz's heated indoor swimming pool, complete with pool toys, fabulous desserts, wine, and sparkling conversation (for up to 10 people)
  32. Anonymous: Anonymous donation of day's use of 2007 Aston-Martin
  33. Anika Singh Lemar: Architectural walking tour and dinner for 6-8.  Take a walking tour of New Haven’s historic Wooster Square neighborhood with a local architectural historian who is also a resident of Court Street.  Afterwards, have dinner with Bob Ellickson, Jay Pottenger and Anika Singh Lemar at your choice of Sally’s or Pepe’s on Wooster Street.
  34. Mike Wishnie and John Fabian Witt: Doubles-tennis match and brunch.
  35. Oona Hathaway, Tracey Meares, Jon D. Michaels, Claire Priest, James Forman and Cristina Rodriguez: Dessert party at Professor Hathaway's home in East Rock on April 6 at 7:30-9:00 for up to 25 students. Join us for delightful desserts and conversation!
  36. Oona Hathaway, Tracey Meares, Jon D. Michaels, Claire Priest, James Forman and Cristina Rodriguez: Dessert party at Professor Hathaway's home in East Rock on April 6 at 7:30-9:00 for up to 25 students. Join us for delightful desserts and conversation!
  37. Oona Hathaway, Tracey Meares, Jon D. Michaels, Claire Priest, James Forman and Cristina Rodriguez: Dessert party at Professor Hathaway's home in East Rock on April 6 at 7:30-9:00 for up to 25 students. Join us for delightful desserts and conversation!
  38. Oona Hathaway, Tracey Meares, Jon D. Michaels, Claire Priest, James Forman and Cristina Rodriguez: Dessert party at Professor Hathaway's home in East Rock on April 6 at 7:30-9:00 for up to 25 students. Join us for delightful desserts and conversation!
  39. Oona Hathaway, Tracey Meares, Jon D. Michaels, Claire Priest, James Forman and Cristina Rodriguez: Dessert party at Professor Hathaway's home in East Rock on April 6 at 7:30-9:00 for up to 25 students. Join us for delightful desserts and conversation!
  40. Ian Ayres: Kayak adventure for 1-2 people and a night of singing, drinking and passing a guitar around at your home for up to 5 people.
  41. Yair Listokin: I'd like to donate 4 tickets to the Bridgeport bluish game on Wednesday April 30 at 7:00. It's opening day. I'm happy to go to the game with the auction winner or simply provide the tickets.
  42. Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld: Poker night for 5 at Chua/Rubenfeld home with $50 worth of free chips to start.
  43. Abbe Gluck: Spinning and Drinks: Test you SOUL with Abbe Gluck: Up to four students are invited to join Abbe Gluck for a SoulCycle Spin Class in NYC one morning or evening in early summer (drinks or coffee to follow).
  44. Lea Brilmayer: Swim Party and BBQ for 8.
  45. Law Librarians: Winning  bidder and four of their friends will get to battle it out with a team of librarians during Trivia Night at Anna Liffeys in New Haven and a chance to win the Law Library Trivia Challenge Trophy that now resides with the librarians. For THREE years in a row the law library trivia team has defeated their student challengers. Do you and your friends have what it takes to break the streak and win the trophy? For logistical reasons trophy must reside in library but if won by students the library will take a photo of students with the trophy for bragging rights  - see attached photos. Librarians will cover up to $200 (after tax and tip) of bar tab for winning bidder and their guests.
  46. Professor Bob Ellickson: Two Scrabble Games to be played by tournament rules.
  47. Kathleen Overly: Wine Tasting for four at Cave a Vin.
  48. Hope Metcalf: Martha Stewart, eat your heart out.  Spend an afternoon with three friends(four people total) induldging in crafty activities galore—including handmade bath products and other treats—plus high tea at the home of Hope Metcalf, Liman Director. 
  49. Kate Stith: Stick ball and snacks with Stith - (2 Groups of 10+)
  50.  

    Other adventures

  51. Miya's: A trip for four to fish, forage, and dive for your own sustainable seafood on the owner's fishing boat in Connecticut. In the evening, Bun and his team of sushi chefs will transform the seafood for you into the tastiest, most nourishing, and planet friendly sushi. Value: $1200, Minimum bid: $300
  52. Yale Cabaret: 2 tickets for a Cabaret production.
  53. Long Wharf Theater: 2 tickets to a show ($140 value).
  54. Yale Rep Theater: 2 tickets to These Paper Bullets.
  55. Camp Cody, Freedom NH: 3 Two-week sessions at Camp Cody for children 8-12. Session Dates: June 22nd -­ July 5th OR August 3rd -­ August 16th. Only available to first-­time families. Additional $200 per session Trip Fee charge will apply (session is ordinarly $3,050)
  56. Karaoke Heroes: Gift certificates for an hour of private room time for up to 15 people ($120 value).
  57. Karaoke Heroes: Gift certificates for an hour of private room time for up to 15 people ($120 value).
  58. Yale School of Music: Season Pass (ten tickets of choice) to Horowitz Piano Series Concert for 2014-15 season ($150 value).
  59. Toad's Place: Silver certificate (VIP pass, you + 1 guest, free admission at all times, expires 11/10/15).
  60. Yale Athletic Box Office: Four reserved tickets and one parking pass to one 2014 Yale Football Game of your choice.
  61. Firehouse 12: 4 jazz show tickets and a round of cocktails.
  62. AMF Milford Lanes: Family Fun Pack for two hours of bowling for up to six people, shoe rental, large popcorn and pitcher of soda included.
  63. Julia Solórzano and Jennifer Yun: Pickleback Party for up to 4 people: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pickleback. Whiskey and different kinds of pickle juice provided. Just bring your adventurous selves.
  64. Hank Moon: Come enjoy a night of scotch and whiskey tasting with 4 of 2014's finest gentlemen. Participants (group size up to you) will receive 4 full bottles (1 bottle each) of the finest Irish Whiskey, Scotch, Kentucky Bourbon, and Tennessee Whiskey plus tasting tips and a little history on each bottle and distillery from your 4 hosts. Snacks will also be provided--all you need to do is pick a date and show up!
  65. Bert Ma: Fried chicken, beer, and video games. Video games include for N64: Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart, NBA Courtside 2, Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Star Wars Pod Racer, Star Wars Rogue Squadron; for PS3: Arkham Origins, The Last of Us, Grand Theft Auto 5. Recommended for groups of up to 3 (because I will be playing too).
  66. Jinju Pottenger: A personal one-on-one presentation of pictures and stories of my time teaching in a North Korean university.
  67. Law Revue - submitted by Tom Maher: Lines are for plebs. Use that cold hard loan money to buy your way into the Law Revue Sterling Crown Club. Enjoy priority boarding and skip the line (even if you're not a 3L!) and get exclusive, red rope, VIP access to the show - after all, norms are only norms if you can't buy your way out of them. Get your seats before the masses (two per package: one for you, one for your butler), and use your primo location to rub elbows with otherwise totally unreachable professors. Sure, it might be for a good cause, but we hope that's not why you're doing it.
  68. Law Revue - submitted by Tom Maher: Lines are for plebs. Use that cold hard loan money to buy your way into the Law Revue Sterling Crown Club. Enjoy priority boarding and skip the line (even if you're not a 3L!) and get exclusive, red rope, VIP access to the show - after all, norms are only norms if you can't buy your way out of them. Get your seats before the masses (two per package: one for you, one for your butler), and use your primo location to rub elbows with otherwise totally unreachable professors. Sure, it might be for a good cause, but we hope that's not why you're doing it.
  69. LLSA Board: Margarita night!
  70. Alex Hess: Play 5 round of chess with Alex's brother Robert, who is an International Grandmaster (ranked top 20 in the nation). If you win, he will buy you lunch too!
  71.  

    Sweets & treats

     

  72. Ashley's Ice Cream: $30 gift card.
  73. Katalina's Cupcakes: Birthday party for 10.
  74. Laura Zaragoza & Rachel Fried: Baked Brie and Wine Pairing! Hosting a party for your friends? Let us cook you a fancy baked brie that is sure to impress! We will also provide you with a delicious bottle of wine to pair with the brie.
  75. Jiacheng Yu & Carmen Lu: Meet and eat the mochi of your dreams. Twenty pieces for you and your friends! Or you can eat them all yourself – we won't judge. Choose between black sesame, red bean, matcha, and chocolate.
  76. Molly Brady: $25 of Mike's Pastry from Boston's North End. Molly will either give you a gift card so you can take your fancy Boston significant other there, or she'll personally deliver to the law school all the cannolis, lobster tails, and other delicacies that $25 can buy.
  77. Elizabeth Chao: Three pans of Cinnamon Rolls.
  78. Julia Shu: Any baked good you want - triple layer cake, cookie, pie, etc.
  79. Alexa Milton: One homemade rhubarb pie, with a super-flakey all-butter crust. Exact delivery date to be worked out with the successful bidder, based on our mutual schedules and when rhubarb becomes available for purchase. Your choice of lattice-top or crumb-top.
  80. Jamie Edwards: 40ish peanut blossom cookies.
  81. Irina Anta: Yummy zucchini bread.
  82. Ruth Swift: One apple pie (or other fruit pie if you prefer). Hand-rolled crust, made with love.
  83. Rachel Judd: 4 loaves of homemade challah, in your choice of flavors (within reason). Challah is a traditional Jewish egg bread that can be made in a wide variety of flavors from sweet (eg. chocolate chip or chai) to savory (Rosemary Garlic). Plain it is also great with spreads, and plain and cinnamon sugar make the best french toast. Have a party and share the bread with friends or individual loaves will freeze and reheat very well. If you prefer, you can join me and I will show you how to make the bread (note, it can take 3-4 hours).
  84. Services

     

  85. Kevin Rose: Half day of labor by a skilled carpenter for any type job.
  86. Asha Rangappa: Tarot card reading.
  87. Above the Law: Post on Above the Law. Write a guest post for the award-winning legal blog and have your words read by the site's 1 million monthly visitors -- including everyone who matters in the legal profession. Exact content and timing will be subject to approval of the editors.
  88. New Haven Hotel: Complimentary stay certificate, including parking and breakfast at New Haven Hotel.
  89. New Haven Hotel: Complimentary stay certificate, including parking and breakfast at New Haven Hotel.
  90. Brian Adrien Photography: Portrait and Lifestyle Photography Package by Brian Adrien Photography - $150 value
  91. Jennifer Yun: Babysitting - 1 day or evening.
  92. Julia Solórzano: Dog sitting.
  93. Chris Pagliarella: A five-minute mockumentary tribute film devoted to extolling your virtues as a law student and human being.
  94. Els Vandensande & Katrien Morbée: Discover Brussels like a local! (or any other Belgian city: Ghent, Leuven, Antwerp) We guide you for a full day through the city and show you the secret local spots (of course beer and chocolate will be included).
  95. Megan Wachspress: Trader Joe's and/or Target shopping expedition.
  96. Christine Monahan: De-stressing cuddle time with Scuppers, everyone's favorite basset hound-chihuahua mix who loves belly rubs.
  97. Abigail Rich: Pastel portrait of a person of your choosing.
  98. Ruth Swift: One night babysitting.
  99. Ruth Swift: One night babysitting.
  100. Alexa Milton: A ride to Trader Joe's. I will pick you up in either Downtown or East Rock, and drop you (and your purchases) off afterwards. Bring along up to 2 friends.
  101. Victor Ojukwu: A ride to Trader Joe's.
  102. Victor Ojukwu: A ride to Trader Joe's.
  103. Benjamin Farkas: Drive Around Town in Environmentally Conscious Style. A day’s use of a 2004 Toyota Prius, which is an automatic transmission hybrid vehicle featured in international law rock star and Hillary Clinton sidekick Harold Koh's daily commute, as well as a number of Curb Your Enthusiasm seasons. Public radio and classical music stations are already entered into the radio presets for a fully authentic driving experience. Free parking at any of Downtown New Haven's countless parking meters is included in this offer. Certain restrictions apply: no drinking; 80-mile cap on total mileage; 70 mph cap on speed (though good luck reaching that). This listing written, and car donated by, an onymous (but very generous) student: Ben Farkas (also, no disrespect to a certain Aston Martin)
  104. Jackie Delligatti: An afternoon of playtime with my little dog Charlie, who actually looks like a live teddy bear. He's only 6 pounds! He's the sweetest, most loving little guy.
  105.  The Unestoppables (The Best Trivia Team at the Yale Law School): Private rental of the Lounge at Gryphon's Pub at GPSCY, located on York, between Chapel and Elm. Host your party in this private space, which comfortably accommodates over 50 guests, is equipped with a 37? plasma display and premium sound system, and comes with your own private bartender and cash bar. Rental is from 8PM-close (1AM or 2AM). Date is subject to availability. For more information on this space, visit http://gpscy.net/gpscy/rentals/.
  106. Yale Law Women 2013-14 Board: YLW 2013-2014 Board (Jessi Samuels, Allison Gorsuch, Alyson Cohen, Ginny McCalmont, Julie Veroff, Lisa Bohl, Luci Yang, and Megan Browder): Swanky cocktail party for 10 planned by some of the most experienced event planners at YLS. Let YLW's leading ladies throw you and nine guests a fabulous party, including classy invitations, delicious food, and plenty of drinks---including custom cocktails by Ginny McCalmont, former bartender!
  107.  Bert Ma: Bert Ma, experienced bluebooker, will bluebook your Substantial!
  108.  Tyco Copy Center: $25 gift card.
  109. Lessons

  110. Creative Arts Workshop: 1 class or workshop (value ~$200) - in drawing, painting, jewelry, photography, etc., to be used by Feb 2015 (Course listings at www.creativeartsworkshop.org)
  111. 116 Crown: Cocktail making class for six.
  112. Aaron Goldzimer: Meditation instruction: Learn basic meditation techniques from someone who lived and trained at a Zen center for a year and has done a three-month silent meditation retreat. Knowledgeable about both Zen and Vipassana meditation, which represent two of the three major branches of Buddhist meditation. (Disclaimer: not a formally authorized or qualified teacher - so look at this as more of an orientation.)
  113. Aaron Goldzimer: Salsa and/or merengue lesson: Learn to shake your stuff. For a follower, a couple, or, potentially, a group. For beginners; or for those who know how to dance and want a partner all to themselves for an hour.
  114. Jeremy Liss: Beatboxing Lessons.
  115. Sonia Steinway: Crossword puzzling lessons: if you're an aspiring cruciverbalist, but you can't seem to make it past Tuesday's puzzle, I'm here to help. I'm not only a competitive puzzler, but I've also taught my 3 year old son to solve the NY Times crossword puzzle (yeah, he'll probably know more clues than you, but don't feel too bad - he's done the puzzle every day of his life). I'll even throw in a puzzling-themed baked good (Will Shortzbread, perhaps?) to "sweeten" the lesson.
  116. Dani Isaacsohn: A cooking lesson from a Le Cordon Bleu graduate, and a great meal afterwards!
  117. Zach Arnold and Leora Kelman: Cheese Crash Course for 2-4. Can't tell Epoisses from Emmenthaler? Want to confidently navigate the menu at your next law firm wine-and-dine event? Afraid to pair the wrong cheese with your beverage of choice? Fear no more! Former pro cheesemongers Zach Arnold (Di Bruno Bros., Philadelphia, PA) and Leora Kelman (Concord Cheese Shop, Concord, MA) will lead a master class in cheese appreciation for you and your guests. Enjoy Caseus cheeses and snacks as you learn the basics of selecting and enjoying cheese from around the world.
  118. Matthew Halgren: Learn to play Whist!
  119. Julian Prokopetz: Breads and Spreads cooking class: Learn the surprisingly easy secret to delicious homemade bread! You and up to 3 friends can join 2L Julian Prokopetz as he walks you through the steps of making your own bread dough and a tasty topping or filling of your choice. Whole wheat bread and roasted cauliflower hummus? Focaccia and balsamic bruschetta? White bread and white bean pesto? Spinach and feta calzone? SO FANCY. Wine and sassy repartee included.
  120. Chelsea Kelly: Salsa or Cha Cha Private Lesson (1 hour).
  121. Alexa Lutchen: Inspired by the Sochi Olympics? Sign up for a figure skating lesson! Happy to teach a group or individual. (1 hour long).
  122. Katie Madison: Dog Training: Do you have a new puppy who needs basic training? A dog with behavior problems? Do you want to see your dog do tricks? Get three hours of private, in-home dog training lessons with a former dog agility trainer. The lessons can focus on basic obedience, good manners, fun tricks, and/or foundational training and advice if you're interested in doing agility with your dog.
  123. Viviane Scott: Makeup Tutorial! Worried you look like more like Honey Boo Boo than Beyonce while wearing makeup? Struggling with your smokey eye? Hate liquid eyeliner? Suffering from smudgy lipstick? Purchase this auction item to learn the basics of makeup application, including grooming, foundation, blush/contouring, lipstick, and eye makeup. Wine & cheese included!
  124. Alice Wang: Two hours of Japanese language instruction. Conversational and/or written instruction, both beginners and advanced learners welcome. Whether you just want to know how to pronounce "konnichiwa" in a more authentic way or are interested in how gender norms and subculture identities shape Japanese language use, there’s something for everyone!
  125. Alice Wang: One hour of Mandarin Chinese language instruction. Conversational lesson with an emphasis on accurate pronunciation and daily language use. Practice the tones, learn useful vocabulary words for day-to-day interactions, and/or develop a self-introduction!
  126. Gilad Edelman: Jazz Appreciation Lesson. I'm offering an introduction to jazz appreciation that will teach you the basics of how to enjoy listening to America's richest musical tradition. We'll listen to a lot of music, I'll explain what's going on -- e.g., how to tell what's improvised from what's not -- and for good measure we'll have some snacks and cocktails. I'll send you home with a list of suggested listening based on what you like the most.
  127. Conchita Cruz: Four one-hour long Spanish tutorial sessions.
  128. BLSA: Spades lessons. Never played spades? That's ok! BLSA will spend an evening teaching up to four people the ins-and-outs of the game (classy beverages will be provided).
  129.  

    Fitness, Beauty & Wellness

  130.  Rent the Runway: $250 certificate.
  131.  The Workshop (Deva Curl): $50 gift certificate for a haircut & wash.
  132.  The Workshop (Deva Curl): $50 gift certificate for a haircut & wash.
  133.  JoBella Salon & Spa: Free haircut and blow dry.
  134.  Chameleon & Co.: Pedicure Gift Certificate.
  135.  Origins Natural Resources: $20 gift certificate.
  136.  Denali: $25 gift certificate.
  137.  Euphoria: $50 Gift Certificate.
  138.  CrossFit New Haven: Gift certificate for an "on-ramp" (4 week intro training) session.
  139.  
    Collectibles & Other Items

  140. Daniel C. Esty: A signed copy of my book "Green to Gold.”
  141. Henry Hansmann: Framed poster with Legal stamps.
  142.  Jean Koh Peters: One knit pillow.
  143.  Linda Greenhouse: Brown leather purse from Kooba (retail value = +$300).
  144.  Peter Schuck: Autographed copies of Diversity in America (2003)
  145.  Peter Schuck: Autographed copy of Understanding America (2008)
  146.  Peter Schuck: Autographed copy of Why Government Fails So Often (April 2014)
  147.  Peter Schuck: A personalized poem based on information to be provided by the bidder.
  148.  Anne Myers: Bobble heads of several State Supreme Court Justices.
  149.  Anne Myers: Ruth Bader Ginsburg bobble head.
  150.  Bruce Ackerman: An autographed copy of a three volume set of We the People, including my newly published volume on The Civil Rights Revolution.
  151.  Jack Balkin: Opportunity to write a guest post on Balkinization.
  152.  WilmerHale: iPad mini.
  153.  Yale Center for British Art: Exhibition Catalogue (Paul Mellon's Legacy: A Passion for British Art).
  154.  Yale Center for British Art: British Art Fancy Note Cards.
  155.  Joshua Stein: A Wilco Songbook - Sheet Music for your favorite Wilco tunes.
  156.  Megan Wachspress: Hand-knitted scarf of any color.
  157.  Dwayne Betts: A poem, on the subject of your choice, longer than a sonnet but not to exceed 100 lines. Profanity is optional, as are obscure legal references. You can pretend to have written this yourself, if it is for a loved one.
  158.  Adam Adler: One joke.
  159.  Dayo Olopade: Lovingly and personally autographed hardcover edition of The Bright Continent: Breaking Rules and Making Change in Modern Africa.
  160.  RebLaw: One t-shirt and a poster signed by the 2014 keynote and endnote speakers.
  161.  Reblaw: One Reblaw t-shirt.
  162.  Reblaw: One Reblaw t-shirt.
  163.  The Initiative for Public Interest Law: "Make Love, Not Law Journal" mug
  164.  The Initiative for Public Interest Law: "Make Love, Not Law Journal" mug
  165.  Barnes and Noble/Yale Bookstore: $30 gift certificate.
  166. Restaurant & Bar Gift Certificates

  167.  Christopher Martins: $25 gift card.
  168.  Shake Shack: $50 gift certificate.
  169.  Bruegger's Bagels: One dozen bagels
  170.  Kasbah Café: Dinner for 2.
  171.  Jojo's Coffee: $10 gift certificate.
  172.  Book Trader Café: $25 gift certificate.
  173.  Zaroka Bar & Restaurant: Lunch buffet for 2.
  174.  Seoul Restaurant: $15 gift certificate.
  175.  Black Bear Saloon: $15 gift certificate.
  176.  Black Bear Saloon: $15 gift certificate.
  177.  Black Bear Saloon: $15 gift certificate.
  178.  Soul de Cuba: $50 Gift Certificate.
  179.  Bar: $25 Gift Certificate.
  180.  Rumbamba: $20 Gift certificate.
  181.  Claire's Corner Copia: Cupcake party with assorted cupcakes and lavender tea (or hot cider) (valued at $50)
  182.  Yorkside Pizza: $25 gift certificate.
  183.  Blue State Coffee: $20 gift card.
  184.  Blue State Coffee: $20 gift card.
  185.  Three Sheets: $25 gift certificate.
  186.  Tomatillo: $10 gift certificate.
  187.  Tomatillo: $15 gift certificate.
  188.  Koffee: $20 gift certificate.
  189.  Willoughby's: $25 gift card.
  190.  Clark's Pizza: $20 gift certificate.
  191.  Caseus: One cheeseboard and two glasses of house wine.
  192.  Miso Japanese Restaurant: $25 Gift Certificate.
  193.  Miso Japanese Restaurant: $25 Gift Certificate.
  194.  Royal Palace Chinese Restaurant: Gift certificate for lunch for 2.
  195.  Zoi's: $25 gift certificate.
  196.  Nica's Market: $50 gift certificate.
  197.  Archie Moore's Bar & Restaurant: $50 gift certificate.
  198.  L'Orcio: $75 gift certificate.
  199.  Pantry: Gift certificate for Breakfast for Two.
  200.  Edge of the Woods: $30 gift certificate.
  201.  GPSCY wine-tasting folks: $50 value - free lounge party, but must be a GPSCY member.
  202.  Sue McDonald: $100 gift certificate to Zinc.
  203.  

    Bar Prep

  204. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  205. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  206. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  207. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  208. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  209. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  210. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  211. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  212. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  213. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  214. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  215. BARBRI: $1500 gift certificate for BARBRI bar preparation course ($600 minimum)
  216.  

    Others

  217. Amadeus Center for Health and Healing: Consultation and treatment with Center Founder and Director, Sal Amadeo ($195 value)
  218. Adina Roskies: Do you miss your puppy love? Spend an afternoon with Teo the Leonberger. Leos are known as gentle giants (unless you are Guido's rooster). Great with kids, and a show-stopper when you walk down the street, Teo is also a great stress-reliever. If therapy goes by weight, Teo is worth 10 Montys. Teo can accommodate your schedule.
  219. Adina Roskies: Ski weekend in Vermont for 2. Stay in my house in the mountains of Vermont for a weekend next winter. I will give you a 2 hour ski lesson, your choice of Alpine or Telemark, any level, beginner to expert. Or if you are already an expert skier and prefer to skip the lesson, I will guide you to secret stashes at Sugarbush. Lift tickets not included, but a home-cooked breakfast is.
  220. Dwight Pope: 2 dozen lime cupcakes with orange blossom cream cheese icing, delivered to your door. Recipe was awarded Best in Show in the Cake Division at the Prince William County Fair (VA).
  221. Robin Steinberg: Enjoyed her RebLaw keynote? Want to know what it is like to lead one of the best holistic public defender organization in the nation? Spend a day shadowing Robin Steinberg, founder and Executive Director of the Bronx Defenders!