In this episode of Reimagining Law, we talk to Dr. Diana Uchiyama, Executive Director of the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program (LAP), about COVID-19’s impact on our well-being and how lawyers and judges can adapt to this “new normal.” Dr. Uchiyama also shares how legal professionals can reach out for help.
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Dr. Diana Uchiyama
Dr. Diana Uchiyama is the Executive Director of the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program. Diana joined LAP in 2018 and was previously the Administrator of Psychological Services for DuPage County. She has extensive experience administering substance use treatment programs, is a certified trauma-informed care trainer, and has a background in running court-ordered psychological, sanity, and fitness evaluations and therapy.gs
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Connect with the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program
- Dr. Diana Uchiyama: (630) 642-9089
- Tony Pacione, Deputy Director: (847) 830-1290
- LAP: (312) 726-6607
- LAP email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- LAP website
About Reimagining Law
The Reimagining Law video series explores how legal and judicial professionals are adapting the delivery of services to meet the unique needs of today’s consumers. The first episodes will focus on the ways that attorneys and judges are continuing to deliver justice amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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