Posted: February 3rd, 2016 | By: Lindsey Gallinek
Wake Forest Law’s Public Interest Law Organization (PILO) will host its 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the Bermuda Run Country Club West Course in Advance, N.C.
The tournament is in memory of Professor Don Castleman, who passed away in January 2015. Professor Castleman specialized in estates, trusts and taxation at Wake Forest Law for 36 years.
Players will have the opportunity to win competitions such as closest to the pin, closest second shot, longest drive and longest putt. A light breakfast and lunch will be served for the players.
Individual tickets are $65, hole sponsor tickets for one hole sponsorship sign are $150, hole sponsor tickets for one hole sponsorship sign and a four player team are $350 and event sponsor tickets for one large hole sponsorship sign, a four player team, name on all cart signs and special recognition as an event sponsor are $500.
PILO promotes Wake Forest’s tradition of training lawyers who serve not only their clients, but also their communities. Proceeds from the event will provide summer grants to dedicated students who spend their summer working at unpaid public interest internships. PILO works with Career Services to create an easy-access repository of information for students seeking internships, externships and fellowships. PILO also promotes connections between Wake Forest Law students and professionals working in public interest through a new mentorship program and annual retreat that brings alumni to the university to discuss their work in public interest and non-traditional career paths for attorneys.
The deadline for registration for the tournament is Friday, March 25. For more information about the tournament or to sign up contact A.J. Ceberio at (850) 566 – 4121 or by email at email@example.com