When judges and commissioners ask you for help with their cases, you feel the need to answer the call.
In Salt Lake, the commissioners have a lot of cases not involving attorneys. In lawyer talk, we call these cases "pro se" (pro se is Latin for "on one's own behalf" in case you were wondering).
As you can imagine, Commissioners often have a difficult time with these cases since the people doing them aren't versed in the law or legal procedure. Because of this, they ask attorneys to help get things sorted out.