- When: March 1, 2013, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
- Where: William F. Starr Hall Reading Room
Members of the Dave Nee Foundation will be on campus for their Uncommon Counsel presentation. LawLifeline, launched in late summer 2012, is an anonymous, confidential online resource for virtually every law student in the country that provides general information regarding mental health issues as well as specific resources and services available to students in their communities. Additionally, LawLifeline offers an online diagnostic screening tool for students to use to determine whether they or their friends are experiencing symptoms of a mental health disease or disorder. LawLifeline, built in conjunction with the Jed Foundation and modeled after their successful ULifeLine resource, is available to any law school in the nation.
Ben & Jerry's ice cream will be served after the presentation.
If you require reasonable accommodations for a disability please contact Jane Thierfeld Brown at 860-570-5132.
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