North Carolina Bar Association Creates the Transitioning Lawyers Commission for Lawyers with Cognitive Impairment

What was once a North Carolina Bar Association task force has transformed into a full-fledged Commission aimed at intervening with lawyers dealing with cognitive impairment, helping them to end their careers on a high note. The Transitioning Lawyers Commission, with the training and expertise of HRC Behavioral Health and Psychiatry, has created a program that trains lawyers to act as “team leaders” who gather information from concerned individuals and then work with HRC to determine the best way to move forward. While each case varies, the program offers methods such as a “frank conversation,” memory testing and referrals for neuropsychological testing.

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