Wellness in the Virginia Legal Profession

To take advantage of your two free hours of Wellness CLE:

  1. Qualify by being a Virginia lawyer, judge, or law student
  2. Choose from one of the courses below and add it to your cart
  3. Create or sign into your Virginia CLE account
  4. Enter coupon code WELL2022A - OR - WELL2022B at checkout. --You will need to check out twice as both coupons cannot be used in the same transaction.--

In 2022, Virginia judges, lawyers, and law students may take up to two of the one-hour courses listed below free of charge. These courses have been developed in response to the efforts of the Supreme Court of Virginia and the Virginia Lawyers’ Wellness Initiative, and have been approved for MCLE credit by the Virginia State Bar.

You must have or create a Virginia CLE account and be signed into that account. After selecting the course, upon check out, type WELL2022A or WELL2022B into the coupon code box to zero out the cost. Each coupon can only be used once, and the codes can only be used one at a time. Therefore, you will need to check out twice.

  1. Wellness: The Six Dimensions of Wellness
  2. Wellness: Practical Solutions for Achieving Long-Term Lawyer Wellness
  3. Wellness: Practicing from the Shadows: Suicide Awareness and Prevention
  4. Wellness: The Role of Habits and Technology in the Legal Mental Health Crisis
  5. Wellness: How to Identify and Get Help Managing Stress and Anxiety
  6. COVID-19 and A Troubled Economy: How to Maintain Lawyer Wellness

If you or a colleague needs help, we encourage you to visit the The Virginia Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program. Formerly Lawyers Helping Lawyers, this organization provides free, confidential, non-disciplinary help to Virginia's legal professionals and their families struggling with substance abuse, addiction, depression, stress and anxiety, and other mental health issues. 24-Hour Help Line: 1-877-545-4682.

Other Resources:

  • Report of the Committee on Lawyer Well-Being of the Supreme Court of Virginia
  • Report of the Virginia State Bar President’s Special Committee on Lawyer Well-Being