Addiction in the Legal Profession
November 28, 2016 | By TAG_Admin |
This session explores culture change, ethical issues and practical strategies related to addressing high rates of addiction in the legal profession. This program was organized with the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice on November 28, 2016. It is eligible for 3.5 hours of professionalism credit.
The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) and the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ) are pleased to present Addiction in the Legal Profession.
This program is accredited for 3.5 hours of Professionalism Content.
This program is free of charge and will be webcast. It is open to legal professionals, law and paralegal students and other access to justice advocates.
Principal and Founder of Krill Strategies
Patrick Krill will speak about findings from his large-scale study: The Prevalence of Substance Use and Other Mental Health Concerns Among American Attorneys.
The program will also include a panel discussion with:
Duty Counsel, Legal Aid Ontario
Staff Clinician and Presenter, Homewood Health
Joanne St. Lewis
Bencher, Law Society of Upper Canada
November 28, 2016
8:45am – 12:30pm
Donald Lamont Learning Centre
Law Society of Upper Canada
130 Queen St. W.