Arkansas Supreme Court Adopts Report on Attorney Well-Being

The Arkansas Supreme Court has adopted a report authored by the Arkansas Task Force on Attorney Well-Being, taking a phenomenal step in improving the well-being of attorneys and judges throughout the state of Arkansas! Congratulations to Arkansas Chief Justice John Dan Kemp, the entire Arkansas Task Force on Attorney Well-Being, and all the attorneys, judges, and law students in the state who stand to benefit from the recommendations in the report.

The report was submitted to the Arkansas Supreme Court and contains pages of recommendations for judges, regulators, legal employers, law schools, bar associations, and Lawyer Assistance Programs (LAPs) on how to promote well-being in all aspects of the profession. You can access the full report here.

3 thoughts on “Arkansas Supreme Court Adopts Report on Attorney Well-Being

  1. Kudos, indeed, to Chief Kemp and all in the Arkansas legal profession who worked to bring this Report forward!
    Bree Buchanan
    Chair, CoLAP
    Co-chair, National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being

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