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In the fast-paced, high-pressure world of law, mental health and substance abuse struggles are often hidden behind a facade of success. In our next Justia Webinar, join Brian Cuban as we look behind the facade and explore the real substance abuse and mental health challenges faced by legal professionals.
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Prior Content, Published January 3, 2023
Members of the legal community unfortunately experience higher rates of substance abuse disorders and mental health challenges than other professions. These issues can substantially impair an attorney’s ability to practice law and adhere to professional obligations and standards.
Our upcoming Justia Webinar explores these issues through the lens of Brian Cuban’s own life experiences. Keep reading to get the details on what promises to be an insightful presentation offering a nuanced perspective on these issues for lawyers.
CLE Webinar Details & Speaker
Brian Cuban is an attorney, author, and mental health awareness and recovery advocate. His compelling story takes center stage in our next CLE webinar, The Addicted Lawyer. How We Got Here. Where We Are Headed. Brian will candidly share his personal journey overcoming addiction and mental health challenges, beginning with his childhood in Pittsburgh with his brother Mark Cuban, his experiences at Penn State University and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and his journey with addiction and recovery while practicing law in Dallas, Texas.
The presentation will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, January 4, 2024. The recording of this broadcast will also be available to Justia Connect Pro members shortly after the live event.
Register for This Justia Webinar
Justia Webinars are open to all U.S. attorneys. To attend a Justia Webinar, you must first activate your free Justia Connect membership for legal professionals by claiming your free Justia Lawyer Directory profile. If you have already claimed your Justia Profile in the Justia Lawyer Directory, your membership is active.
Earn CLE Credit
The Addicted Lawyer. How We Got Here. Where We Are Headed. is approved for one hour of Prevention and Detection Competence credit in California. It is also approved for one hour of Substance Abuse/Mental Health credit in North Carolina and South Carolina (all levels). This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours, of which 1.0 credit hours will apply the legal ethics/professional responsibility credit. Other jurisdictions may award CLE credit via applicable self-submission policies or reciprocity rules.
While all lawyers are invited to join us for this webinar presentation, CLE credit is an exclusive membership benefit offered for our Justia Connect Pro members. You can upgrade to Justia Connect Pro here to start taking advantage of this benefit.
Start the new year by taking advantage of this opportunity to join a presentation designed to break through the stigma surrounding mental health and substance abuse in the legal profession. If you have additional questions about this webinar, you can get more details and register on the individual webinar page.
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