Well-Being Skills for the Effective Law Student Pre-Conference Workshop
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We will be offering a half day add-on workshop on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 for NALSAP Conference attendees who would like to learn more on Well-Being for the Effective Law Student.

When: June 16, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: University of Denver Sturm College of Law
United States

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Fourth Annual NALSAP Conference

June 17-19, 2020 in Denver, C.O.

The Fourth Annual National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals Conference will be held at University of Denver Sturm College of Law in Denver, C.O., from June 17-19, 2020.


Well-Being Skills for the Effective Law Student Workshop Add-On

*Separate Registration Link Below

Stress is a ubiquitous feature of legal education, and the stress endured by law students can result in a significant deterioration in their well-being, including anxiety, panic attacks, depression, substance misuse, and increased suicide risk.  Developments in neuroscience and psychology research illuminate how cognition works in the brain and suggest a series of recommendations to enhance well-being, brain health, and mental strength.  This workshop covers the brain areas associated with memory formation, motivation, and reward; the impact of stress on cognition; the influence of self-medication on law student thinking; the importance that diet has on brain health; the significance of mental strength; and strategies for maintaining optimal cognitive function.  This workshop addresses the physical, emotional, and intellectual domains of well-being reference in the ABA Path to Lawyer Well-being Report.  Participants will explore their own well-being through a series of assessment (Stress, Mindset, Perfectionism, and Mindfulness) and reflections (Tracking and Changing Habits and Cognitive Fitness Action Plan).

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Label key parts of the thinking and emotional brains
  • Articulate how deliberate learning, memory formation, and habit learning work in the braing
  • Explain the impact of stress on cognitive capacity
  • Summarize the influence of self-medication with nicotine, alcohol, cannabis, and study drugs on brain function
  • Evaluate nutrition options and their impact on brain health
  • Evaluate research-based recommendations for optimizing brain health and developing mental strength, and
  • Develop a personalized plan for promoting cognitive fitness



Debra Austin



Tuesday, June 16

12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

University of Denver Sturm College of Law



ALL Attendees - $30

Your registration fee includes coffee/tea, lunch, and materials.

Payment is due at the time of registration.



Register for the Well-Being Skills for the Effective Law Student Workshop Add-On now!  Registration closes May 15, 2020.


Cancellation Policy

If you cannot attend the NALSAP Well-Being Skills for the Effective Law Student Workshop Add-On, you may transfer your registration to another attendee from your institution or request a refund.  Refund requests must be received in writing no later than May 15, 2020.  There will be no penalty for cancellations received on or before May 15, 2020 and the full registration amount will be refunded.  Refunds are not available after May 15, 2020.  All cancellation request or requests to transfer your registration should be emailed to info@nalsap.org.