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Local Legal Recruiter Raises $40,000 At Benefit Concert

Back in October my good friend Craig Sandok was the Co-Director of his third annual Attractive Nuisance Tour to benefit the Minnesota Justice Foundation, Hennepin County Bar Foundation and further raise awareness of the need for pro bono legal work.

I have known Craig since our college days at the University of Minnesota and I have a lot of respect for him and the work he does.  Craig works for The Esquire Group, which is a national legal search and consulting firm.  They have a great reputation so if by chance you are in the legal profession or are in need of legal talent click on Craig’s name above and contact him.

Here is a link to a Business Journal story the day of the event.

Below is more information on the Attractive Nuisance Tour.

The Attractive Nuisance Tour, a benefit concert started by two local attorneys, was a success in 2005.  The event, which features bands with at least one lawyer in them, raised $40,000 for two legal charities.  The American Bar Association has selected the event as one of two national programs for presentation at its annual meeting in Chicago this February.  Event Co-Directors Craig Sandok and Greg Wiley will present the program to bar associations from around the country (and around the world) for implementation in other areas. 

Established in 2003, the Attractive Nuisance Tour seeks to raise awareness about the need for private attorneys to do more to help low income people get the legal help they need. This year’s beneficiaries were: The Minnesota Justice Foundation and the Hennepin County Bar Foundation.  Visit the Attractive Nuisance Tour online at: www.attractivenuisancetour.org.


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