May 4 – 8, 2020: Try one of these three resources that focus on lawyer well-being!

Welcome to #LawyerWellbeingWeek! All week long we will be posting on our social media with the goal to help promote health and happiness among lawyers and their support teams. Check our social feeds daily for each day’s articles, videos, resources, activities, and challenges! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

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Under Supreme Court Rule 58, all contact with NHLAP, whether with lawyers, judges, law students, or concerned third parties, is confidential. We are here to help with any issue that may be negatively impacting the ability to practice. We have helped hundreds of New Hampshire lawyers address and overcome challenges to engaging successfully in their professional and personal lives.

As a confidential program, no information gained through NHLAP work is ever shared unless we are asked to do so by the affected person. In addition, NHLAP employees and volunteers are exempt from reporting professional misconduct under Rule 8.3, and prohibited from doing so under Rule 37. All interaction is strictly confidential. Learn how we can help you today!

Because Your Best Work Begins With Your Best You

Together We Can Bring Out the Best in the Legal Profession

The aim of Well-Being Week is to raise awareness and encourage action across the profession to improve well-being for lawyers and their support teams. The Lawyer Well-Being Week team of volunteers has been working hard to make it easy for you to get involved. You can help make a difference by organizing or joining in activities and events.

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Living Well 2019 & 2020

Table of Contents

  • Why Wellness for Lawyers? by Terri Harrington
  • How can law firms ensure families are supported in the workplace?
  • How can you help an impaired colleague?
  • When is it time to retire?
  • Book Review: “The Magic Feather Effect” is an exploration into the unexplainable
  • More Resources and Tools

Table of Contents

  • Editor’s Note & Introduction to the NH Lawyers Assistance Program
  • Second Act: Former Chief Justice Reinvents Himself as a Mental Health Advocate
  • Avoiding Work-Related Burnout Takes Team Effort
  • Book Review: “Aware” is a Timely and Engaging Guide to Meditation
  • More Resources and Tools