Start Date: 5/21/2018 6:00 PM EDT
End Date: 5/21/2018 8:30 PM EDT
Venue Name: Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP Location:
1155 F Street, NW
Washington, DC United States 20004
This event will be rescheduled for the Fall!
Presented by: Health Law Forum
Co-Sponsored by: International Law Forum, Working Parents/Lawyers at Home Committee, Immigration Law Forum, and The Washington Bar Association
Hamilton (Phil) Fox, III, JD - Disciplinary Counsel, DC Office of Disciplinary Counsel
Dr. Elaine Klionsky, JD, PhD - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Denise Perme, LICSW - Manager, DC Bar Lawyer Assistance Program
Quinnie Lin, MPP, JD - Senior Community Organizer, Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington
David Jaffe, JD - Associate Dean for Student Affairs, American University Washington College of Law
The ABA, CDC, and state bars all recognize that mental health issues have a profound impact on our profession. But why is this and how can lawyers be more mindful of how to address mental health issues as they arise? This discussion will not only delve into the how and why of mental health issues impacting the legal profession, but it will also discuss how attorneys can get confidential assistance to deal with mental health issues.
Advanced Registration Cost:
Student Members $15
Student Members $20
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