The Covid-19 pandemic and very recent societal upheaval have caused unprecedented times of stress and fear throughout all ranks of the legal profession. These difficult times have especially hit hard those who are in law school and are in the earliest phases of their professional careers.
On June 18, 2020, at 1:00 pm ET, a panel of experts will be presenting a 90-minute FREE (to ABA members) webinar. This will be worth your time, so you should register now by going here. The webinar, which is open to all attorneys, is sponsored by the ABA-IP Law Section in conjunction with the Young Lawyers Action Committee and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Committee.
Our program will provide attorneys and law students, as well as legal employers and law school administrators, with real, concrete information, resources and advice for dealing with the multi-faceted and unpredictable “new normal” of legal practice and education.
Our star panelists represent a diverse cross-section of stakeholders who will address these very real issues from various viewpoints, including the challenges facing law students and those in their first several years of practice. You will learn just what is happening, how law schools and employers are responding, and how the “new normal” is working (and how can it be improved). Our panelists will also address practice tips and best practices for improving attorney well-being and avoiding mistakes in the practice of law.
Please join us for what will be a very powerful and timely program.