Fighting Imposter Syndrome Within Ourselves and Our Teams

Thursday, July 18, 2024

12:00pm – 1:00pm EDT

***1 hour of Professional Well-Being CLE credit (***pending approval by the North Carolina State Bar)

Cost: $65

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Program Overview:

Imposter syndrome affects an overwhelming number of legal professionals, creating barriers to reaching one’s full career potential and providing the best possible client service. Together, we’ll explore what imposter syndrome is, why it matters, and what we can do about it—both as individuals and as leaders.


Allison Constance joined Legal Aid of North Carolina as Director of Pro Bono Programs in 2023. She worked as Director of Pro Bono Initiatives at UNC School of Law from 2016-2023.  She began her career as an attorney at North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services, Inc., following her graduation from UNC School of Law in 2009.  At UNC School of Law, Allison also co-developed and taught a course called Transition to the Profession. In this course, she worked with first-year law students to explore challenges in the legal profession—including mental health, perfectionism, and imposter syndrome.