TLAP provides confidential support to law students for problems with stress, anxiety, depression, substance use,

and other mental health disorders. TLAP works with all 10 Texas law schools to provide students with wellness programming, education related to character and fitness requirements by BLE, peer

and group support, referrals

to quality professionals and programs, and connection

to financial assistance for needed care.  




Report of the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being

How to Succeed in Law School and Beyond

Ten Tips for Law Students

Law School Toolkit

What Law Students Must Know About Suicide

Fighting Depression Among Law Students

Seeking Help for Substance Use

A Law Student's Guide to Being Happy

TYLA's Survival Guide for Young Lawyers

Lawyer and Law Student Wellness

Helping Law Students Get Help

Professors, Law Students, and Depression

Above the Law Wellness Blogs

Cuban: The Vulnerable Lawyer (and Law Student)

Cuban: The Danger of Addiction Secrets

Bar Associations and Entities


Texas Board of Law Examiners

Law Student Division of the State Bar

ABA Law Student Division

Student Recovery Centers


SMU Center for Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention

Texas Tech Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities

University of Houston Cougars in Recovery

UT Center for Students in Recovery


The Path to Law Student Well-Being: A Podcast Series



How TLAP Can Help Law Students

Well-Being for Bar Exam Takers

Crisis Fatigue

Law Student Hope, Health, and Help

Staying Healthy, Serene, and Sober

Courage, Hope, Help—TLAP Is There

Breathing and Meditating at Your Desk

The Besden Redemption: Recovery From Addiction


Guided Meditations

Staying Healthy in Law School

Strategies on Managing Stress



Alcohol Use Self-Assessment Quiz


Anxiety Self-Assessment Quiz


Depression Self-Assessment Quiz


Drug Use Self-Assessment Quiz

ULifeline Self-Assessment Quiz

Law School Campus Resources



Baylor Law School Wellness Resources

St. Mary's University School of Law Student Resources

SMU Dedman School of Law Wellness Resources

South Texas College of Law Houston Wellness Resources

Texas A&M University School of Law Wellness Resources

Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law Student Resources

Texas Tech School of Law Wellness Resources

University of Houston Law Center Health and Wellness Resources

UNT Dallas School of Law Wellness Resources

University of Texas School of Law Wellness Resources



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The Texas Lawyers' Assistance Program provides confidential help for law students, lawyers, and judges who have problems with substance use and mental health issues.