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Friday, September 26, 2008

Rocking for legal charities

It's that time of year again -- time for lawyers to put down their legal pads and briefcases and pick up their guitars or drum sticks to jam with their colleagues!

The sixth annual Attractive Nuisance Tour --"ANT" as it's affectionately known in the legal community -- will be held Friday, Oct. 3, at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis. The event is a benefit rock concert featuring bands that include at least one lawyer or law student. You might be surprised to discover who among your professional colleagues has a totally separate, secret life as a rock star, or at least as a rock star wannabe ...

Proceeds of the show benefit two legal service organizations, the Minnesota Justice Foundation and the Hennepin County Bar Foundation. The MJF sponsors and funds law student summer clerkships at Legal Aid offices and public interest organizations in Minnesota. The Hennepin County Bar Foundation supports programs that facilitate legal services to people of limited resources, among other services.

You can go and enjoy the music -- and contribute to a worthy cause while doing it -- for just $20. VIP tickets are available for $60 and include a T-shirt, preferred seating and appetizers. For more information, click here. To buy tickets, contact Joy at (612) 752-6614 or by e-mail at joy@hcba.org.

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