You can find more detailed
information about TLAP and resources for the Texas legal community at
the links below:
If you are a law student and are interested in getting more information, please call us anytime at 1-800-343-8527. Your identity and our communications are confidential.
Resources for Law Students [PDFs]
for Law Students Brochure
to Maintain Your Health, Sanity AND Your GPA
to Succeed in Law School and Beyond. Posted with permission from
Lawyers Concerned for
Lawyers of Massachusetts.
Abuse in Law Schools: A Tool Kit for Administrators
Law Professor as Fiduciary: What Duties Do We Owe to Our Law
Students. Posted with permission from Professor Robert P.
- Uncommon Counsel: fighting depression and suicide among law students
Board of Law Examiners
Student Recovery Centers
- Don't Be Stressed About Stress. Posted with
permission from The National Jurist, March 2008.
- Seeking Help for Substance Abuse Before the Bar Become a
- The Law Student’s Guide to being a Happy, Healthy and
- TYLA’s Survival Guide for Young Lawyers
Managing Student Loans
Online Self Assessments
Laws Students Mental Health Resources
ABA Commission of Lawyer Assistance Programs'
Students in Recovery Listserv
The listserv is a confidential email service for law students who want to get, or stay, clean and sober while in law school. Students can connect, and share their experiences, with peers throughout the U.S.
If you wish to be added to the listserv, interested law students should contact Niki Irish, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students should be prepared to talk a bit about their history and about their need and desire to communicate with other law students facing similar challenges. Ms. Irish will make the final determination to add the student to the Listserv and will provide each student with the rules and regulations regarding use of the "Student in Recovery Listserv". When a student graduates and is admitted to the bar, he/she will be removed from the Listserv. This service is confidential.