April 30, 2020

ABA Law Practice Division to present series of webinars for Lawyer Well-Being Week, May 4-8

WASHINGTON, April 30, 2020 — The American Bar Association Law Practice Division will host a series of webinars focusing on mental and emotional health for the first Lawyer Well-Being Week, May 4-8.

Five webinars, a different one each day, will be offered during the week featuring speakers who will address the challenges that lawyers face and how they can better take care of themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The 60-minute webinars are free to ABA members.

The weeklong initiative, which aligns with Mental Health Awareness Month in May, is a joint effort of the ABA Law Practice Division, the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being.

What:              
Lawyer Well-Being Week webinars
Sponsored by the ABA Law Practice Division

When:             
Monday-Friday, May 4-8

Webinar highlights include:

  • Stay Strong: Healing with Breath, Mindset & Diet: The Science of Stress & Well-Being
  • Align: The Softer Side of Success
  • Engage & Grow: Best Lawyer You Can Be: Practices for Well-Being & Excellence
  • Connect: Curb the Interrogation: How to Avoid Arguing Ourselves Out of Relationship
  • Feel Well: The Connection Between Your Emotional Health & Legal Success

More information about the webinars can be viewed here.

This event is open to members of the press. For media registration, please contact Barbranda Walls at Barbranda.Walls@americanbar.org.

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