The Lawyer Assistance Program is available to Maryland Law School Students who are participating in distance learning from any state. Maryland has a network of counselors that provide free, confidential assistance by offering assessment, referral, short-term counseling, and continued support to ensure long term success. Everyone experiences personal concerns at some point, and early intervention is the key to resolving these concerns. We can provide you the support you need during these difficult times.
The Lawyer Assistance Program can make a difference.
Our services include help for a broad range of problems and personal concerns such as:
- Marital and Family
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Stress and Burnout
- Prescription Drug Concerns
- Career Transitions
- Sexual Addiction
- Compulsive Spending
- Eating Disorders
- Balancing Work and Family
- Internet Addiction
Referring to the Lawyer Assistance Program
If you are concerned about another lawyer you can make an anonymous referral to the Lawyer Assistance Program.
Federal and state laws and Rule 8.3 ensures the confidentiality of those who seek assistance or have been referred to the Lawyers Assistance Program.