On Thursday, April 17, 2018, Lieff Cabraser’s house band The R23s rocked a high-octane suite of songs at the 2018 “Law Rocks” benefit concert in San Francisco in support of the nonprofit organization Ms. JD. Highlights include sizzling versions of “Have Love, Will Travel,” “Unchain My Heart,” and “I Fought The Law, And The Law Won.” Check it out on Lieff Cabraser’s YouTube channel!
About Law Rocks
Law Rocks’ mission is to promote music education for underprivileged youth and raise funds for local nonprofit organizations by combining the power of music and the generosity of the global legal community. Law Rocks supports their mission by putting on epic battle of the band fundraising concerts in cities around the world, which star legal professionals-turned-rockstars. Learn more at lawrocks.org.
About Ms. JD
Ms. JD is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase the representation of women in the legal profession. It maintains campus chapters throughout the country and an online community for dialogue and networking among women lawyers and law students. It is also home to the National Women Law Students’ Organization. Ms. JD celebrates women’s achievements, addresses challenges, and facilitates progress by bringing legal practitioners and law students together to share in an ongoing conversation about gender issues in law school and the profession. Learn more online at the Ms. JD site.
About The R-23s
Lieff Cabraser’s band, The R-23s, previously won the Judge’s Choice Award at the Family Violence Appellate Project’s 2016 Battle of the Bands event. The band has played songs by The Clash, Otis Redding, Cream, and Chuck Berry, among others. The R-23s (from left): Melissa Gardner on flute/vocals; Djuna Gray on bass, Elizabeth Cabraser on drums; Phong-Chau Nguyen on guitar/vocals; and Anthony McDaniel on lead vocals. Not pictured: Jordan Elias on saxophone; Connie Jorgensen on vocals; and Elizabeth Schneider on guitar.