The Law Society of Ireland’s Wellbeing Hub is an online information source providing the latest resources and signposting to our members on professional wellbeing. The Law Society of Ireland also offers a wealth of services for their members from practical support, careers advice, mentoring, to training and information. They recently launched LegalMind an independent, confidential, low-cost mental health support for Law Society members and their dependants.
The Consult a Colleague Helpline is available throughout Ireland for any solicitor with a personal or professional problem. www.consultacolleague.ie 01 284 8484
Solicitors Benevolent Association - the charity provides financial support to members and former members of the solicitors' profession and their families in need. Covers Ireland both South and North.
The Benevolent Society of The Bar of Ireland gives temporary financial assistance to barristers and their families who are experiencing severe financial hardship. The work done by the Society is conducted in strict confidence.The TreasurerBenevolent Society of The Bar of IrelandLaw LibraryDublin 7
Younger members of the legal community can find it helpful to network with other lawyers to help them make the transition into practice.
Younger member’s committee of the Law Society of Ireland https://www.lawsociety.ie/Soli...
Society of Young Solicitors Ireland http://www.sys.ie/
Younger members of The Bar of Ireland are represented at Committee level by the Young Bar Committee and there is a dedicated Young Bar Hub on the members section of the website at https://www.lawlibrary.ie/secu...
Alcoholics Anonymous provide support for overcoming alcohol dependence
Al Anon provide support for families of those with an alcohol dependence
Aware provides support for those affected with depression
Gamblers Anonymous provide support for those with a gambling addiction
Mental Health Ireland promotes positive mental health. Network of 92 organisations throughout Ireland
Narcotics Anonymous provides support for drug dependency
Your Mental Health Website with comprehensive information provided by the HSE
Pieta House Support for those in suicidal distress or self harming
Samaritans Listening scheme that operates 24 hours, 365 days a year to talk about anything that may be troubling you. Call 116 123 or call into your preferred branch. Check website for locations and details
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