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from The Cleveland Observer: Legal Aid’s “Jam for Justice” Is Back

Posted September 4, 2022
12:45 pm

There is nothing quite like a great summer concert—and this year, The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland’s annual summer fundraiser returns with a new format featuring three chances to see local bands headlined by local attorneys, judges, and law students.

Two neighborhood jam sessions were also held beforehand: an East Side Jam Session at BottleHouse Brewery on Wednesday, August 24th, featuring Luke Lindberg & The Hung Jury, and Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Razing the Bar; and a West Side Jam Session at The Brothers Lounge on Wednesday, August 31st, which highlighted The No Name Band, and Out of Order. Legal Aid offered a special All Access VIP Pass of $150 that consisted of a donation to Legal Aid and admission to all three events. Both neighborhood jams were emceed by Stephanie Haney, digital anchor and legal analyst at WKYC.

The Jam for Justice 2022 concert will be held on September 8th at the House of Blues-Cleveland, 308 Euclid Ave, at 6 pm. Individual tickets are $50. Entertaining the crowd at the main event will be:

  • First Offenders
  • The General Counsel Glee Club
  • Faith & Whiskey (headlined by Ohio Supreme Court Justice Michael Donnelly)
  • DJ Brad Wolfe of Brad Wolfe Law, L.L.C. and Delanté Spencer Thomas, President of Norman S. Minor Bar Association will emcee.

 More information and tickets are available online: 

Don’t miss your chance to support a great cause and enjoy live music from greater Cleveland’s best attorney-, judge-, and student-led bands. Funds raised by this 2022 concert series will help Legal Aid continue its work to ensure everyone in our community has access to free legal services in civil matters in the areas of housing, education, family, health, work, money, and more. Learn more about Legal Aid’s work at and spread the word about The Jam with the hashtag #Jam4Justice2022.

Original story published in The Cleveland Observer: Legal Aid’s “Jam for Justice” Is Back

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