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1/23/2017
2016 Retaliation Claims in Employment Law Update (Telephone)

1/23/2017
Ethics in Negotiations (Telephone)

1/24/2017
Capital Contributions, Capital Calls & Finance Provisions in Companies (Telephone)

1/25/2017
UCC Issues in Real Estate (Telephone)

1/26/2017
Fail Better: Continuing Efforts to Eliminate Bias in the Legal Profession (Webinar)

Nebraska Lawyers Assistance Program: Chemical Dependency

Chemical Dependency

Chemical dependency is not a moral issue; it is, instead, a treatable illness which causes a deterioration of moral and ethical values. The stigma is not in having the illness but in failing to seek treatment once its presence is recognized. Seeking treatment is perfectly acceptable social behavior. Chemical dependency is a progressive disease—it never gets better by itself.

Free, confidential help is available to you or any lawyer you know who may be having
problems with alcohol or other drugs or with a psychological condition which is impairing the ability to practice law or to live life. If you or someone you care about are suffering from such a problem, professional and peer assistance is available to help bring about a positive change.

NEBRASKA LAWYERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM CAN HELP. PLEASE MAKE THE CALL  1-(888) 584-6527 (NLAP)

 

Nebraska State Bar Association, 635 S. 14th St., Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68508
(402) 475-7091; Toll Free (800) 927-0117; FAX (402) 475-7098