Please join us on Friday, December 11, from 1-3:45 pm as Attorneys Tabitha Hochscheid and Patrick Garry discuss the interplay of stress in ethic, professionalism and addiction. The inherently adversarial nature of the practice of law creates an environment where stressed lawyers, clients and judges attempt to solve problems. Stress is both good and bad and is a fact of life. Without mitigating the mental and physical effects of stress, lawyers are prone to unethical, unprofessional and unhealthy behavior. Unchecked stress can create ethical issues, unprofessional behavior and lead to addictive behavior. Learn how to recognize stress in yourself and others. Learn how to communicate with others who are in a stress spiral. Discover the connection between stress, ethics issues and professionalism concerns and out how stress contributes to mental illness and addiction.

This is a online class and we will send you a Zoom meeting link and password.

2.5 hour of professional conduct CLE credit in Ohio and Kentucky pending. This CLE is available at no charge to local government officials and to HCLL subscribers.  $50 registration fee for nonsubscribers, payable at the door.

Bookings

This event is fully booked.