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Mental Health Awareness Month Written by Adrienne D. Berry, CP May 2022 Mental health awareness is a very relevant conversation in today’s society. Once thought to be taboo to discuss openly, it is now a factor in daily conversation. One must wonder if the stressors people faced during the pandemic forced it to be pushed […]
This page contains information for NALA Members regarding candidates for office, proposed bylaw amendments, and other NALA business related to the 2022 NALA Annual Meeting. Please check back as this page will change frequently as we near the meeting date. Annual Meeting of Members, Thursday, July 14, 2022. 2021 Annual Report – coming soon 2022 […]
NALA is excited to announce the keynote speaker for the 2022 NALA Conference & Expo in Phoenix, AZ! Join Commissioner Melissa Zabor as she shares the successes of Maricopa County’s Therapeutic Courts and the transformations that participants experience through the program. Melissa Zabor has been a Commissioner with the Maricopa County Superior Court since 2017. […]
National Deaf History Month: Deaf Awareness in the Legal Community Written by Sarah Duggan, CP, and Samantha Burns April 2022 April is National Deaf History Month, a unique opportunity to highlight the importance of inclusivity and equal accessibility for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or experiencing hearing loss within our local communities. In […]
Irish Eyes are Smiling in America Written by Adrienne D. Berry, CP March 2022 March is Irish American Heritage Month. Irish American Heritage Month was first recognized by Congress in 1991. Like other heritage months, it was established to celebrate and honor Irish Americans and their contributions to America’s culture. It was recognized in March […]
Black History Month Written by Yolanda A. Garcia, CP, PLS, TBLS-BCP February DEI Every February people across the United States celebrate Black History Month. It is a special time to reflect on more than 400 years of African American heritage and how it has shaped both the country and the world. While many people are […]