Tag:Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program
Professionals often face issues like anxiety, depression and addiction. Attorneys are no different and the pandemic isn’t helping.
CAMP Director J. Ryann Peyton explains a new Well-Being Recognition Program for Legal Employers in this opinion essay.
Corporate Counsel Insight
Firms can “inclusify” their organizations to increase attorney well-being and address turnover and burnout in the legal industry.
The Colorado Supreme Court Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being issued a final report last week offering recommendations to address physical and mental health problems that plague attorneys, judges and law students and build a more sustainable culture in the legal industry.
The Colorado Supreme Court is taking steps to set up a state-wide program after a report on a pilot lawyer well-being program was released.
Twenty-seven organizations joined the pilot Lawyer Well-Being Recognition Program for Legal Employers from the Colorado Supreme Court.
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