Resisting Stigma by Asking for Help (Legal Lunchbox™ Series April 2017) [LL170425-MP3 / LL170425-FSV]

Resisting Stigma by Asking for Help (Legal Lunchbox™ Series April 2017) [LL170425-MP3 / LL170425-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: April 25, 2017
Duration: 1 hours, 25 minutes
Credits: Other: 1.50
 
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This 90-minute program was originally presented as a Legal LunchboxTM Series live webcast presented on April 25, 2017 If you attended the webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

In this recorded seminar, part of the Legal LunchboxTM Series, presenter Wil Miller provides a deeply personal and inspiring account of how he overcame the stigmas of: (1) being gay , (2) being a convicted felon, (3) being a recovered meth addict, and (4) being disbarred, while resurrecting his career as an attorney and being readmitted to the bar. Included are practical tips on reestablishing your reputation online, how to tell your story, and how to convince clients, bosses, judges and co-workers that your “stigmatized past” is actually a valuable asset, not something to hide or be ashamed of.

Frances Schopick, J.D., M.S.W., joins Wil to facilitate a discussion of how sharing our dilemmas can help forge closer connections.

Presenters:
Dan Crystal - Lawyers Assistance Program Manager, Washington State Bar Association, Seattle
Wil Miller – Law Offices of Molly B Kenny, Bellevue
Frances Schopick J.D., M.S.W. – Seattle

Coursebook contains XXX pages.


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