Aspire junior in-house lawyers event: how to improve your well-being at work

Aspire junior in-house lawyers event: how to improve your well-being at work

On the 8th of February, the LexisNexis Aspire training and networking group met for the first event of the year. The first session was facilitated by Richard Martin from byrnedean who looked at how in-house lawyers can create healthier, more productive workplaces.

Next week, we’ll be sharing the content from our legal skills session. David Lowe, Partner at Gowling WLG, gave an update on Brexit, identifying the legal issues following the result of the referendum and the anticipated impact it may have on businesses. Read it here >

Creating healthier, more productive workplaces

Studies focusing on the legal profession have reached alarming conclusions about the mental health risks faced by lawyers. A report on the well-being of in-house lawyers by Paul Gilbert of LBC Wise Counsel reaches the conclusion that mental well-b

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