If you dropped by Kavarna, a hip coffeehouse and music venue in Decatur, Ga., this past Saturday night, you probably saw two lawyers who love music taking center stage, each in his own way.

Behind the soundboard you saw Wystan Getz, a Decatur criminal defense attorney who owns Kavarna and serves as its sound engineer a couple of nights a week; at the mic you saw John Strohm, who once played drums and guitar with indie rock bands Blake Babies and the Lemonheads and who’s now an entertainment lawyer in Birmingham, Ala.

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