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If you are concerned for yourself or another and would like to learn more, LCL can help. View our resources on addiction/dependency, mental illness and stress to understand more about the problems that can affect you in the legal profession and the tools, including self-assessments, that are available to you. Additional resources are available for judges and law students. You are not alone.
NEWS & EVENTS
DAVID R. BRINK 1919 – 2017
It is with deep and profound sadness that I report that David Brink has passed away at the age of 97. He would have turned 98 later this month. David was a dedicated LCL volunteer including 2 tours on LCL’s board. He supported others in their recovery and played a significant role in encouraging organizations and individuals to support LCL. read more…
Attorneys are more likely to struggle with substance use issues than non-lawyers. Stigma and shame are often barriers preventing legal professionals from seeking the treatment they need. This recent New York Times article is a powerful example of one attorney that faced those struggles.
Sand Creek’s July Online Seminar –
Managing in a Multigenerational Workplace
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