Managing your general health and wellness is integral in helping you function at your peak performance in all aspects of life. This includes understanding how to take care of yourself emotionally, physically, and psychologically, and learning how to make good lifestyle choices.
The practice of law demands your time, energy and attention. The responsibilities to others often requires legal professionals to forsake their own well-being in order to achieve success.
While law school provides a great opportunity, it can be a very stressful time due to the heavy workload, high expectations, time commitment, student debt and competition for landing the right job.
The future is in your hands. Take control.
Stress, anxiety and substance abuse are very real issues and should be treated as such. They do not discriminate and have the ability to affect anyone.
The purpose of ILAP is to provide immediate and continuing help to lawyers, judges and law students who suffer from addictions and other types of mental health disorders. Reach out to us today.
Whatever a legal professional or concerned person shares with ILAP is strictly confidential. ILAP has no reporting relationship with any other organization, individual or group. We do not and will not disclose the names or any other identifying information of our clients to anyone.
of law students report
mild to severe anxiety
ILAP's weekly, confidential, and virtual
AA meetings are held Thursdays at noon.
If you are in need of help or are concerned that an attorney, judge, or law student has an issue that might be interfering with their personal or professional lives, there is confidential help.
Iowa Lawyers Assistance Program
of law students suffer from
emotional or mental health issues
of law students are at
risk for alcoholism
of law students
suffer from depression
When I needed help, ILAP was there for me.
- ILAP Program Participant