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Competency: Recognizing When You Don't Have It

Presented by San Diego County Law Library & Ray English & Phoenix Coverley

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Course Description

Length: 53min    Published: 9/25/2018    
This program will explore the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law. We will examine how California's rules of professional conduct addresses these issues, and resources offered by the state bar. Finally, we will review common signs of substance abuse and mental health issues and how to respond. -See handouts for the course slides
Learning Objectives
* Understand the impact of substance abuse on the practice of law
* Learn about mental health issues that commonly affect lawyers
* Explore how the rules of professional conduct address issues of substance abuse and mental health

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

San Diego County Law Library

San Diego, California

619-531-3900

refdesk@sdlawlibrary.org

Ray English

Phoenix, Arizona

ray.english@asu.edu

Phoenix Coverley

La Jolla, California

(858) 242-7788

phoenix@aipglaw.com

Featured Reviews

"Very engaging and not boring. Good ideas on how to keep your sanity."

   David W

"Excellent tag-team approach, providing real-world examples and tangible take-aways. It isn't easy to talk about these things, and it isn't easy to address them, but there was a very real approach to this. It wasn't flowery and in the clouds. Loved the real-talk attitude and no-nonsense approach. Well-done."

   McKenzie H

"Great conversation to include healthy lifestyle within our legal community."

   Rose B

"A good review of the important information that we all experience, but no one wants to talk about!"

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