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About JLAP

Research has shown that lawyers may suffer from substance use disorder and depression at a rate higher than the general population. Experience has shown that lawyers may be more reluctant than others to seek help... Learn more >>



  • Symposium on Lawyer Well-Being for Legal Employers, April 5, 2019. This symposium, sponsored by JLAP, the Indiana State Bar Association Wellness Committee, and Bose, McKinney & Evans, is open to all legal employers who want to support the well-being of those who work in their organizations and the well-being of our profession. Attendees will learn about well-being efforts from a variety of legal employers and have the opportunity to exchange ideas about what will best promote lawyer well-being. The half-day symposium has been approved for 3 hours of CLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics. See more information or register or contact Sherry Allan at 800-266-2581 or
  • NEW - Grief and Loss Support Group. Central Indiana group meets Tuesdays February 19 through April 9; Loss of loved one, divorce, relationship, empty nest, caregiver, pet loss, general grief. For more information please contact JLAP at 317-833-0370  OR 1-866-428-5527.
  • NEW - Lunchtime Mental Health and Well-Being Support Group. Central Indiana group meets 4th Wednesday of the month; For more information please contact JLAP at 317-833-0370  OR 1-866-428-5527.

Learn more about these and other events »

Indiana Lawyer Series

The Indiana Lawyer is running a bimonthly series of articles about JLAP to increase awareness about JLAP services and reduce the stigma of asking for help.

Read the articles »

National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being

Growing concern over well-being of lawyers leads to comprehensive new recommendations.

The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change »