Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program
Danielle Hall serves as the Executive Director for the Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program. In addition to overseeing the daily operations, she administers a variety of programs for lawyers and law students who need assistance due to a substance abuse, mental health, or law practice management related issue. Prior to her appointment in 2019, Danielle worked for the Kansas Bar Association where she developed the association’s Law Practice Management Program which led her to work for the Office of Disciplinary Administrator where she coordinated the Attorney Diversion Program. As part of the program, she provided training to lawyers in the areas of law practice management and technology and assisted lawyers in overcoming stress and burnout. Danielle is a member of the Kansas Lawyer Well-Being Task Force Executive Committee, Co-Chair of the KWAA Minority Women in the Profession Committee, member of the KBA Law Practice Management and Ethics Advisory committees and is a regular contributor to the KBA LPM and Technology Blog. She is also an active member in the ABA Law Practice Division, having served on several committees. In her free time, she teaches law office technology in the Legal Studies Department at Washburn University and is an adjunct professor at Washburn School of Law, teaching in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program and coaching the competition teams. Danielle received her J.D. in 2009 from Washburn School of Law and was named the Graduate of the Last Decade in 2019.
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