This Symposium will focus on the mental health crisis in the legal profession and how the legal profession can assist those who are experiencing mental illness while in the criminal justice system. The event aims to offer possible solutions the legal profession can embrace to address mental health concerns and spark positive change in the legal community and culture. The Symposium is intended to bring together law students, law faculty, lawyers, judges, and other interested parties from around the nation to discuss the future of mental health, the practice of law, and the judicial system.
University Club and Alumni Center Ballroom
200 E. Brandeis Ave.
Louisville KY 40208
Keynote Speaker: We welcome David Jaffe, Associate Dean of Student Affairs at American University, who will be presenting the keynote speech.
Schedule of Events: A schedule of events can be found at https://louisville.edu/law/cle/law-revew-symposium or by clicking on the button below.
For more information, please visit https://louisville.edu/law/cle/law-revew-symposium or by clicking on the button below.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Become a Sponsor: If you or your organization would like to sponsor the reception by making a monetary contribution, please contact Tracie Cole and/or send a check to Jackie Gutterman at Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292 with "ULLR Symposium" in the memo line. Sponsors will be recognized on this webpage and in all event collateral.