Where can you pick up a lunch with Larry Summers, a fashion-forward shopping spree with a Harvard Law School professor or a Justice David Souter bobblehead? The HLS annual Public Interest Auction, of course.

These were just a few of the items auctioned with the help of HLS professors—and auctioneers for the evening—Robert Sitkoff and Jonathan Zittrain at the 19th annual Public Interest Auction, “Carnival on the Charles: Bids for Beads,” on April 5. The event also featured a silent auction, offering an array of services and items including juggling lessons, Red Sox tickets and a day of indentured servitude from the editor of the Harvard Law Review.