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The ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (CoLAP) has a mission to assure that every judge, lawyer and law student has access to support and assistance when confronting alcoholism, substance use disorders or mental health issues so that lawyers are able to recover, families are preserved and clients and other members of the public are protected. This mission is carried out by supporting the work of state and local Lawyer Assistance Programs (LAPs) as they provide hands-on services and support to those in need of their assistance.

Path to Law Student Well Being Theresa Gronkiewicz

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The ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (CoLAP) has a mission to assure that every judge, lawyer and law student has access to support and assistance when confronting alcoholism, substance use disorders or mental health issues so that lawyers are able to recover, families are preserved and clients and other members of the public are protected. This mission is carried out by supporting the work of state and local Lawyer Assistance Programs (LAPs) as they provide hands-on services and support to those in need of their assistance.

    Episode 6 Part 2 - Practice Makes Passing (Bar Exam)

    Episode 6 Part 2 - Practice Makes Passing (Bar Exam)

    Episode 6: Practice Makes Passing

    Episode 6 features a conversation on how taking practice tests in preparation for the bar exam is an essential tool for bar takers to prepare to take and pass the bar exam. Guests include Sara Berman, Director of Academic & Bar Success Programs for the nonprofit Access Lex Institute’s Center for Legal Education Excellence and Ben Madison, Professor, Director of Bar Pass Initiatives and Co-Director of the Center for Ethical Formation and Legal Education Reform at Regent University Law School. Judith Rush, member of CoLAP’s Law Student Assistance Committee and Director of the Mentor Externship Program at the University of St. Thomas School of Law moderates the discussion.

    Both guests bring significant expertise on the topic. Professor Berman is a nationally recognized bar exam expert and author of Pass the Bar Exam: A Practical Guide to Achieving Academic and Professional Goals and Bar Exam MPT Preparation & Experiential Learning for Law Students: Interactive Performance Test Training, both published by the ABA. Professor Madison is a fellow of the Institute for the Advancement of American Legal Education's Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers and is nationally known for his scholarship on, and efforts in, bringing pedagogical reforms to legal education. Regent has recorded its highest ever bar pass rates since Professor Madison under undertook leadership of its “Bar Initiatives” program.

    Part 1 focuses on how making practice tests a regular component of bar exam preparation from the beginning can increase confidence of bar takers and reduce the stress and anxiety of preparing for and taking the bar exam.

    Part 2 provides additional anxiety reducing tips for bar takers.

    • 13 Min.
    Episode 6 Part 1 - Practice Makes Passing (Bar Exam)

    Episode 6 Part 1 - Practice Makes Passing (Bar Exam)

    Episode 6: Practice Makes Passing

    Episode 6 features a conversation on how taking practice tests in preparation for the bar exam is an essential tool for bar takers to prepare to take and pass the bar exam. Guests include Sara Berman, Director of Academic & Bar Success Programs for the nonprofit Access Lex Institute’s Center for Legal Education Excellence and Ben Madison, Professor, Director of Bar Pass Initiatives and Co-Director of the Center for Ethical Formation and Legal Education Reform at Regent University Law School. Judith Rush, member of CoLAP’s Law Student Assistance Committee and Director of the Mentor Externship Program at the University of St. Thomas School of Law moderates the discussion.

    Both guests bring significant expertise on the topic. Professor Berman is a nationally recognized bar exam expert and author of Pass the Bar Exam: A Practical Guide to Achieving Academic and Professional Goals and Bar Exam MPT Preparation & Experiential Learning for Law Students: Interactive Performance Test Training, both published by the ABA. Professor Madison is a fellow of the Institute for the Advancement of American Legal Education's Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers and is nationally known for his scholarship on, and efforts in, bringing pedagogical reforms to legal education. Regent has recorded its highest ever bar pass rates since Professor Madison under undertook leadership of its “Bar Initiatives” program.

    Part 1 focuses on how making practice tests a regular component of bar exam preparation from the beginning can increase confidence of bar takers and reduce the stress and anxiety of preparing for and taking the bar exam.

    Part 2 provides additional anxiety reducing tips for bar takers.

    • 25 Min.
    Episode 1 Part 1 - Law Student Well Being

    Episode 1 Part 1 - Law Student Well Being

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being, Ep. 1, Part 1: Ways individual faculty members can notice, engage with, and support students they suspect are in distress.

    The inaugural 2-part episode features two short conversations with Dean and Professor of Law Michael Hunter Schwartz of the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law and Professor Larry Krieger of the Florida State University College of Law and is moderated by Professor Susan Wawrose of the University of Dayton School of Law.

    •In the first part of this episode, Dean Schwartz and Professor Krieger suggest ways individual faculty members can notice, engage with, and support students they suspect are in distress.

    •The second part identifies steps faculty can take to promote student wellbeing through their teaching in the classroom and includes concrete actions for law school administrators.

    Dean Schwartz is a recognized expert and the author of numerous books and articles on the subject of law student teaching and learning, including his book, What the Best Law Teachers Do. He has also been ranked for the past three years in a row by National Jurist magazine as one of the most influential legal educators.

    Professor Krieger is well-known for his groundbreaking work on law student well-being, including how values and motivation affect law student and lawyer satisfaction and the role law schools play in shaping law student values and in humanizing the profession. He has also has done significant research measuring the psychological changes of law students during law school.

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being is a new podcast series sponsored by the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The series is a response to the call for action in the 2017 Report, The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change, from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, which sets out action items for the legal community, including specific steps law schools can take, to shift the culture of the legal profession towards one that is focused on well-being.

    • 25 Min.
    Episode 1 Part 2 - Law Student Well Being

    Episode 1 Part 2 - Law Student Well Being

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being, Ep. 1, Part 2: Steps faculty can take to promote student well-being through their teaching in the classroom and includes concrete actions for law school administrators.

    The inaugural 2-part episode features two short conversations with Dean and Professor of Law Michael Hunter Schwartz of the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law and Professor Larry Krieger of the Florida State University College of Law and is moderated by Professor Susan Wawrose of the University of Dayton School of Law.

    Dean Schwartz is a recognized expert and the author of numerous books and articles on the subject of law student teaching and learning, including his book, What the Best Law Teachers Do. He has also been ranked for the past three years in a row by National Jurist magazine as one of the most influential legal educators.

    Professor Krieger is well-known for his groundbreaking work on law student well-being, including how values and motivation affect law student and lawyer satisfaction and the role law schools play in shaping law student values and in humanizing the profession. He has also has done significant research measuring the psychological changes of law students during law school.

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being is a new podcast series sponsored by the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The series is a response to the call for action in the 2017 Report, The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change, from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, which sets out action items for the legal community, including specific steps law schools can take, to shift the culture of the legal profession towards one that is focused on well-being.

    • 28 Min.
    Episode 2 - Character and Fitness and the Evaluation Process

    Episode 2 - Character and Fitness and the Evaluation Process

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being, Ep. 2: Character and Fitness and the Evaluation Process.

    Episode 2 features a short conversation about character and fitness evaluations in the bar admission process as it pertains to mental health issues and substance use disorders. Guests are Janet Stearns, Dean of Students at the University of Miami School of Law, Robert Albury, Executive Director of the West Virginia Judicial & Lawyer Assistance Program, and host Chase Andersen, Case Manager with Minnesota's Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers.

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being is a podcast series sponsored by the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The series is a response to the call for action in the 2017 Report, The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change, from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, which sets out action items for the legal community, including specific steps law schools can take, to shift the culture of the legal profession towards one that is focused on well-being.

    • 14 Min.
    Episode 3 Bonus Track - 3 Min. Mindfulness Exercise

    Episode 3 Bonus Track - 3 Min. Mindfulness Exercise

    In this 3-part episode, Scott Rogers, a nationally recognized leader in the area of mindfulness and the law, and host Stephen Slawinski, a 3L at the University of Dayton School of Law, discuss the practice and benefits of mindfulness.

    •Part 1 examines why a law student might begin a mindfulness practice and the benefits of doing so.
    •Part 2 provides ways in which a law student might get started on a mindfulness practice.
    •Part 3 offers advice on how to overcome some of the roadblocks to practicing.
    •In a special bonus episode, Scott leads a 3-minute mindfulness exercise.

    Scott is the founder and director of the Institute for Mindfulness Studies and of the University of Miami School of Law's Mindfulness in Law Program. He also co-founded and co-directs the University of Miami's Mindfulness Research & Practice Initiative. Learn more about the Mindfulness in Law Program at: www.law.miami.edu/academics/mindfu…s-in-law-program.

    The Path to Law Student Well-Being is a podcast series sponsored by the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The series is a response to the call for action in the 2017 Report, The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change, from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, which sets out action items for the legal community, including specific steps law schools can take, to shift the culture of the legal profession towards one that is focused on well-being.

    • 3 Min.

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