2016 National Conference for Lawyer Assistance Programs

We’re Better Together –
Lawyers Helping Lawyers in Vancouver

October 4-6, 2016

The 2016 Conference is being held at the Fairmont Vancouver Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The Conference will begin with a Welcome Reception and Opening of the Exhibit Hall late in the afternoon on Tuesday, October 4th and conclude Thursday evening, October 6th with the Annual Conference Dinner.

The conference will have sessions of interest to judges, disciplinary staff, bar leaders, lawyer assistance program directors and staff, law school administrators and law firm managers as well as abundant opportunities to network with LAP personnel and volunteers involved in lawyer assistance programs from across the U.S. and Canada.

The Conference will include sessions such as: “Best Practices for Increasing Diversity and Inclusion in LAPs and the Legal Profession,” “How to Offend without Really Trying: The Ethics of Cultural Self-Awareness,” “Practicing Law with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD),” “Bridging The Gap:  Helping Lawyers Transition From Working Full Time To Not Working At All,” “The Intersection of Lawyer Misconduct and Addiction – How Regulators and Assistance Programs Work Together” and much, much more!

In addition, the Conference features an Exhibit Hall of facilities from around the U.S. and Canada that focus on treating substance use disorders, addictions, mood disorders, eating disorders, etc. This is a wonderful opportunity to discover new facilities and interact face to face with the facilities you use currently.

For more information including registration, exhibitor registration, schedule, speakers, hotel accommodations and travel information, click here.

Register today to guarantee the early-bird rate.Vancouver#colap2016

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