Events

Mid-Atlantic Women Legal Professionals’ Retreat

March 2, 2023 – March 5, 2023

Mid-Atlantic Women Legal Professionals’ Retreat
Women in Law 2023

  • Hosts: Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia Lawyers Assistance Programs.
  • Dates:  March 2 – March 5, 2023.
  • Location: Roanoke, Virginia (Hotel Roanoke).
  • Cost: $200 – 265.00 for Registration
  • Scholarships: Registration discounts are available for individuals requesting accommodation as needed. Please contact the LAP in your state for details.
  • Attendees: Female attorneys and other legal professionals  from the Mid-Atlantic Region (and beyond).
  • CLEs: Earn 10 or more CLE credits (number depends on state: KY, NC, TN, VA, WV). Note: NC registrants have the the state required per-hour fee added to their registration costs.
  • Purpose: Professional development and networking while promoting personal rejuvenation, self-care, and personal empowerment.

Registration will open on December 1, 2022. To register, purchase a ticket here.

Reserve a room by calling the hotel (540.985.5900) or by using this booking link.

Contact Information

Barbara Mardigian

Deputy Clinical Director, VJLAP

bmardigian@vjlap.org
703.206.8027 (cell)

Janet P. Van Cuyk

Assistant Director , VJLAP

jvancuyk@vjlap.org
804.405.1609 (cell)

Lawyer Recovery Meetings

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Mental Health Resources

We recognize that lawyers and judges are at risk for mental health difficulties at a rate far higher than the general population. We understand that good mental health and wellness is essential for the sustainability of lawyer wellbeing. We are committed to offering free resources to you to help your mental health before you reach a crisis in your life and in your career.

Click each of the buttons below to view a free recorded webinar. Each one has documentation needed for you to get free CLE credits.

The ‘S’ Word” Suicide Prevention for Lawyers

Activity# 237087
1.0 hour FREE CLE

Materials
Evaluation

Ask a Question, Save a Life – What Can I Do to Help or Get Help

Thriving Through the Law’s 5 Challenges

Activity #232677
1.0 hour FREE CLE

Materials

Mindfulness Tools for Ethical Attorneys: How Meditation Can Help You Build and Maintain an Ethical and Sustainable Law Practice

Activity# 236305
1.0 FREE ETHICS CLE

Materials

What Every Attorney Needs to Know about Depression, Anxiety, and Suicide

Activity #232930
1.0 hour FREE CLE

Materials
Evaluation

Good Mental Health and Managing Holiday Stress

Activity #236904
1.0 hour FREE CLE

Materials
On Demand Evaluation

Lawyer Wellbeing & Inclusion: It’s Everybody’s Bar

Resilience Strategies for Managing Stress and Depression During the Holidays

Activity# 247561
1.0 hour FREE CLE

Materials
On Demand Evaluation

2022 National Conference for Lawyer Assistance Programs

September 20, 2022 – September 22, 2022 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington DC

Mark your calendars and plan to join us for this premier legal event, gathering attendees from across the globe, including lawyer and judicial assistance programs professional staff and volunteers, lawyers, clinicians, judges, legal educators and law school deans, law students, treatment providers, regulators, and legal employers to share leadership, guidance, and insights, and offering unparalleled access to national experts to discuss developing and emerging issues on a wide range of topics regarding the continuum of well-being relevant to the legal profession, including mental health and mental illness, alcohol and other substance use disorders, well-being technology, hybrid workforces, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and access to justice.

Register by September 18, 2022, 11:59 PM ET

Kentucky Lawyer Assistance Program

Kentucky Supreme Court Rules 3.900 through 3.995 establish and implement the Kentucky Lawyer Assistance Program (KYLAP).  KYLAP is a broad-brush program involving assistance for impairment that may result from addiction to intoxication or drugs, chemical dependency, substance abuse, mental disease, mental disorder or defect, psychological or emotional illness that impairs, or may foreseeably impair, a person’s ability to practice law or serve on the bench. Services are available for law students, lawyers and judges.

The mission and purpose of KYLAP is to address impairment or potential impairment issues within the Kentucky legal community and to offer confidential assistance to those who are affected in a manner that serves to help insure a continuing high standard of professional competence.


Strict confidentiality is assured by SCR 3.990.  

Contact us 24 hours a day at (502) 226-9373 to get help for any Kentucky lawyer in need.

 

Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 3.990, all communication with KYLAP is confidential.

 

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