This week is National Well-Being Week in Law. First established in 2020, Well-Being Week in Law is coordinated by the
According the American Psychological Association (APA), over 68% of Americans report the election is a significant source of stress in
In honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, KALAP Executive Director, Danielle Hall, recently sat down with Monice Kurz, Director of
To raise awareness, the month of September is recognized as National Suicide Awareness Month. It is a time to share
The Kansas Supreme Court appointed four new members and reappointed two others to the Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program Board. New
KALAP has gathered a list of quick resources for Kansas bar exam takers to relieve stress and anxiety as they
KALAP Executive Director, Danielle Hall, recently sat down with 4 Kansas bar exam takers to discuss well-being, COVID-19, and taking
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The International Bar Association (IBA) has embarked on a global project aimed at addressing the mental wellbeing of legal professionals
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On April 8, 2020, the Kansas Supreme Court issued several Administrative Orders extending the due date for annual fees, modify