Here you can find current news and events related to wellbeing in the profession.
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|Introduction to Mindfulness for Lawyers, The Law Society (18:30 – 19:30, 2 April 2019)||Introduction to Mindfulness and Self-Compassion, 9 Bedford Row (18:30 – 19:30, 29 April 2019)|
|Smashing Stigma & Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace to Help the Bar, The Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn (18:00 – 19:30, 2 May 2019 – joint event by Lincoln’s Inn Social and Wellbeing Group, Criminal Bar Association and South Eastern Circuit)||Introduction to Mindfulness for Barristers, Education Training Room, Gray’s Inn (18:15 – 19:15, on 2, 9, 15 and 23 May 2019). For more information and to reserve a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org).|
|Wellness for Law Mental Health Training for the Bar, Bar Council Offices (17:30 – 20:00, 13 May 2019)|
|Wellness for Law Mental Health Training for the Bar, Bar Council Offices (17:30 – 20:00, 10 June 2019)||Young Barristers’ Annual workshop (13:30 – 18:30, 15 June 2019)|
|Survive & Thrive: Gift of the Gab, Middle Temple Hall (17:30, 19 June 2019)||Wellness for Law Forum 2019, Inner Temple (09:00 – 17:30, 21 June 2019)|
|Survive & Thrive – Judge: Friend or Foe, Middle Temple Hall (17:30, 13 November 2019)|
Bullying at the Bar: Chair of the Bar, Andrew Walker QC, writes in The Barrister on judicial bullying
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2 in 3 barristers feel that showing signs of stress equals weakness