DULUTH - Local judges, attorneys and justice partners got a chance to showcase their musical talents Friday.
It was all part of the 2nd Annual Law Law Palooza event at Clyde Iron Works that included a silent auction and dinner.
The event raises money for the Volunteer Attorney Program which provides pro bono legal services to low income people which the group said is desperately needed.
"So we're relying on volunteer attorneys to provide that service to these individuals. We rely on them to help them navigate their way through complicated legal matters where otherwise there'd be nobody to help them," said Dori Streit, executive director of the Volunteer Attorney Program.
Organizers hope to bring the event back next year.