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Online auction opens at 12:00 p.m. PST on October 5, 2020 and closes at 2:30 p.m. PST on October 16, 2020.
How to Bid:
100% of the auction proceeds go directly to CILA programming; including the Pathway to Law Program, legal education, and more.
California Indian Law Association, a 501(c)(3) public charity. Tax ID # 01-0773520 Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our W-9 or IRS Determination Letter.
SALES TAX: California sales tax of 7.750% will be collected on the final purchase price of every item. If applicable, please contact us with your tax exempt form BEFORE the auction ends.
PAYMENT: Accepted forms of payment include PayPal or Check made payable to California Indian Law Association. It is highly recommended that you pay online through the PayPal link included in your winning bid information on your account.
SHIPPING: Shipping is required for all items; CILA will not offer pick-up. Shipping costs can be combined and may be less than quoted. Important: the Bidder is responsible for all bids placed, regardless of shipping availability or cost. Please bid wisely.
BIDDING ERRORS: Please be aware that many bidders participating in online auctions routinely increase their own bid to price an item out of reach of other bidders. You should carefully review your bids BEFORE submitting - bidders are fully responsible for any bids placed on their account. If you mistakenly increase your own bid or make a gross error you must immediately contact calindianlaw.org. We will not reverse bids that have caused another bidder to be outbid. If you bid on the wrong item we will not reverse your bid - so please make sure that you review all bids before submitting. We will not reverse bids after the auction closes.
WINNING BIDDER NOTIFICATION: You will be contacted by email or text if you have won an item, but sometimes emails go astray (spam filters, typos, etc.). You, the Bidder, are responsible for checking your account on this website at auction close to verify your purchases. If you feel you have won an item and have not received an email, please check your account on this website. If there is still a problem, you must notify us no later than 10am on Sunday, October 18.
Don't forget to register for the 20th Annual California Indian Law Conference (now a virtual conference), October 15-16, 2020!
ABOUT CILA: The California Indian Law Association ("CILA") was formed with the purpose of serving as the representative of the Indian law legal profession in California. CILA is dedicated to enhancing the legal profession and tribal justice systems in California by promoting professional growth, high standards of professional competence and ethical conduct. CILA seeks to provide quality educational programs to Indian law practitioners, tribal justice personnel, law students and the public. The organization also works to promote the study of Indian law and related topics in public and higher education and to provide guidance and assistance, through mentoring, scholarships and other activities, to Native American students in their pursuit of law studies and the legal profession. CILA strives to promote the sound administration of justice to advance the status of Indian tribes and American people in the law. CILA is dedicated to helping Indian tribes in California achieve self-determination, self-sufficiency and to protect tribal sovereignty. CILA begin in 2000 and was formally organized in 2003 under the Hoopa Non-Profit Corporations Code. CILA received it 501(c)(3) non-profit status in 2018.
CILA - working to enhance tribal sovereignty, the Indian law community, and tribal justice systems in California.
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