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Law school is a marathon, not a sprint. Over the course of your time at Emory Law, there will be various stressors and it is important to take care of yourself holistically and not just academically. The university and law school have excellent resources to support students and we encourage you to take advantage of them as a student. Our office is happy to assist students in connecting to any of these resources and work to highlight them in a yearly “Wellness Week” each February

Wellbeing Support

  • Anytime Health Resources from Emory
    • During this period of COVID-19, we have expanded our capacity for medical and mental health support to all students by offering telehealth and in-person services, expanding non-clinical support, and contracting with a 3rd party vendor, TimelyCare, to offer telehealth care to all students, including those residing outside of Georgia. Visit this page to learn more.
  • Accessibility Services
  • Student Health
  • Emory COVID-19 Updates
  • Emory Law Wellness Facebook Page
  • Office of Health Promotion
  • Emory Recreation & Wellness
  • Office of Spiritual and Religious Life
  • MacMillian Law Library Wellness Resources
  • Georgia Lawyers Living Well Media Page
  • For Students in Recovery: The Student in Recovery listserv was developed by the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (CoLAP) to provide a confidential email vehicle for law students who want to get, or stay, clean and sober while in law school. This service is confidential. If you wish to be added to the Listserv, interested law students should contact Niki Irish.
  • Conversation Connections: Conversation Connections is a program pairing Emory Law international students with other Emory Law students and staff whose first language is English. This program is a collaboration between Graduate Programs and the Office of Academic Engagement & Student Support. You can decide when and how often to talk and start to enhance your life by learning about cultural similarities and differences. If you have any questions, please contact Kirsten Schaetzel at or Cody Teague at. Look out for announcement and sign up information at the start of the term in On the Docket!

Mental Health Resources


In these challenging times, it is even more important that we come together as a community to support each other to improve personal and professional wellbeing. With this in mind, OAESS has teamed up with AwareHealth - the only wellbeing platform designed for the legal community by lawyers.

AwareHealth is an app for students to download on their phones. It offers anonymous peer support, self-guided exercises, and ongoing webinars with industry experts. We're proud to partner with AwareHealth and offer an additional well-being support tool to all students. Use the following link to download the AwareHealth app: iPhone, Android. There is a specific Emory Law access code you will need when signing up. You can view this code by visiting this page on The Fourth Floor in Canvas.