Don’t forget, the KALAP Spring Seminar is April 26. See our announcements page for details.
We are KALAP
It is estimated that anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000 lawyers licensed by the State of Kansas suffer from physical or mental illness impairing their professional abilities. This results in a substantial impact on clients and the legal system. The Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program (KALAP) was created by the Kansas Supreme Court to provide assistance to Kansas lawyers whose professional performance is impaired because of physical or mental illness, including alcoholism and substance abuse, or other addiction so these attorneys may resume the competent practice of law.