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Recent Developments in Legal Ethics & Well-Being Issues in Attorney Regulation

Jonathan Wier, of the ARDC, summarizes some of their latest reports and statistics, then discusses mental health and attorney wellness issues.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 1 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IL NAELA
SKU: NAELA2307-R
$50.00 or 1.00 credits
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This presentation summarizes some of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission’s reports and statistics as they pertain to lawyers licensed in Illinois. It then looks at mental health and attorney wellness issues, with some tips on practicing law and self-care simultaneously. Finally, it examines how to assist others, whether it be colleagues or the ARDC, when it comes to issues of mental health and wellness.

Jonathan Wier, Litigation Counsel & Group Manager, Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission

Expires: 07/01/2025

This presentation summarizes some of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission’s reports and statistics as they pertain to lawyers licensed in Illinois. It then looks at mental health and attorney wellness issues, with some tips on practicing law and self-care simultaneously. Finally, it examines how to assist others, whether it be colleagues or the ARDC, when it comes to issues of mental health and wellness.

Jonathan Wier, Litigation Counsel & Group Manager, Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission

Expires: 07/01/2025

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