In May of 2020, the Texas Access to Justice Foundation hosted a virtual event called Justice Jam. TAJF invited musical acts from across Texas to perform in order to raise funds for emergency legal aid work.
In supporting Justice Jam, it became apparent that multiple cities in Texas hold an annual lawyer musical to raise money for charitable purposes. Because a live musical was not held in 2020, and potentially not possible in 2021, Austin, Houston, Dallas, and Fort Worth joined forces to hold the 1st ever statewide virtual lawyer musical: Virtually Legal. This 1-hour show will feature the best of what the cities typically perform for their local audiences.
Virtually Legal will feature performances from: Bar & Grill (presented by the Austin Young Lawyers Association), Bar None (presented by the Dallas Bar Association), Night Court, and the Tortfeasors of Tarrant County.
Virtually Legal will premiere on Thursday, December 9, 2021 and remain streaming until Saturday, January 1, 2022. The ticket price is $20, and attendees will have the option to donate to each of the 4 charitable organizations throughout the streaming period.
Bonus! The show has been approved for one hour of MCLE credit, including one hour of ethics.
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Individual Tickets: $20
Includes access to our virtual live stream show.
You will receive an email with instructions on how to log in to the show after you purchase a ticket. An email and text will be sent the day of the show with the link for the live stream.