The Great American Music Hall

The second annual Law Rocks! San Francisco has found a new home.  Voted the 6th best club in American by Rolling Stone, the Great American Music Hall will host the event on February 28th.  

 

Help your favourite band win by contributing to its fundraising total. This can be done by making a donation below or by purchasing a ticket in the band's name (bottom right button below the flyer)

 

This year's line up includes:

 

 

(DLA Piper LLP US)

Last year's champs return to defend their title.  They set the bar for everybody! Def Piper will again be playing for the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic. Rock for Croc!

 

(Winston & Strawn LLP, Law Offices of David A. Krausz, P.C.)

Hailing from Tiburon, Overbite has gained a reputation for its reinterpretation of obscure cover tracks and for clever original compositions. Now on their second Law Rocks!, Overbite's charity this year is Artspan

 

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(Hanson Bridgett LLP, Kessenick, Gamma and Free, Peter Logan Law Offices)

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Another veteran Law Rocks! band.  The 12th Root of 2 have been together since law school and have been through the Blue Bear School of Music.  12th Root of 2's designated charity is the St. Anthony Foundation.

 

(Latham & Watkins)

Formed in 2012, Diversion has become the house band for Latham Watkins.  These guys will be the first band to play both the San Francisco and Los Angeles shows.  Will they bring their fog machine with them?  Diversion will be playing for the Bay Area All Stars.

 

(Hanson Bridgett LLP, UC Hastings College of Law)

Named after their lead signer, Anna Karney, this band will be making their Law Rocks! debut.  While they might be new to the event, they are accomplished muscians and have 3 albumns out.  Karney's charity is the Bar Association of San Francisco - Justice and Diversity Center

 

(Hanson Bridgett LLP, Morgan Lewis)

Another Law Rocks! newbie These guys are quirky, fun and jam to songs from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Phrancks' Ways and  Means will be playing for the San Francisco Food Bank.

 

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