Materials

As part of the Phase 2 “To foster legal professionals’ and law students’ well-being”, one of the purposes of the ISMA-MHILP is to inform about the studies, investigations, and works carried out in other countries concerning legal professionals’ and law students’ mental health. Bearing in mind that Anglo-American countries have already started to focus on the well-being of those collectives because of high rates of mental problems in the legal market, the Council of Government considers appropriate to make reference to the following electronic materials:  

The United States of America (USA)

a) American Bar Association Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (ABA CoLAP) 

ABA House of Delegates

b) The National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being 

c) Dave Nee Foundation


The United Kingdom & Ireland 

a) LawCare [The United Kingdom, Ireland, Isle of Man, and Jersey]

 b) The Law Society [England and Wales]

 c) Being Lawyers


Canada

a) Canadian Bar Association Wellbeing Programs