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News / Events: October 2016

Why the Bar needs a wellbeing initiative

Helen Randall (pictured below) from the Wales & Chester Circuit explains why the Wellbeing at the Bar initiative is so essential and timely. Even in my few short years at the bar I have noticed a change in the robing rooms. What used to be good-humoured, self-deprecating jokes about workloads and pay cheques have become […]

Rachel Spearing explains Wellbeing at the Bar

Many of you may have read about the campaigns in public and private sector business to improve people’s Wellbeing. The business case for improving people’s health and wellbeing in their work and lives has been well documented and shown to demonstrate great benefits to the quality of their work, retention rates, relationships both personal and […]

War crimes barrister advocates meditation to calm stressful lives

A leading barrister who has defended alleged war criminals is holding classes in meditation to combat stress in the legal profession. Click here to read more.