Live Bid! Day in Court with Robert Shapiro
Here’s your chance to spend a day in court with this fascinating and internationally-renowned litigator, Robert Shapiro!
Lawyer and founder of RightCounsel, LLC, as well as co-founder of LegalZoom, Robert Shapiro came to prominence as a criminal defense lawyer and civil litigator. He is also the author of three books, founder of The Brent Shapiro Foundation and a graduate of both UCLA and Los Angeles’ Loyola Law School.
Terms & Conditions:
- Experience expires May 10, 2020
- Experience to take place in the Los Angeles area only
- Los Angeles area only; specific location to be mutually agreed upon
- Cannot be exchanged, returned, transferred, re-sold or re-auctioned
- Polite manners and respect for the generous donor and adherence to any rules or parameters are a must
Nancy Davis was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 33 with three young children and was determined to devote her time, relationships and resources to finding a cure. In 1993 she founded the Race to Erase MS—an organization with the primary focus to raise funds for the most cutting-edge, aggressive and promising research in an effort to find a cure for MS.
Funding research is the core focus of the foundation, and all funds raised support our Center Without Walls program, a selected network of the nation's top MS research centers. This nationwide collaboration of physicians and scientists are on the cutting-edge of innovative research programs. In addition to combating MS through research in a clinical environment, we hope to increase awareness by educating the public about this mystifying disease.
Center Without Walls Program (CWW): The Race to Erase MS CWW program has provided support that has permitted the medical community to link together multidisciplinary scientific programs and expertise across the country to advance the understanding of the cause of MS and to develop new treatments. The Center is a breakthrough success because of the vision, insight and flexibility of these extraordinary doctors. The Center's theme is simple: communication—with doctors working together toward a mutual goal. When this goal is reached, all will share in the victory.