We know that as our world navigates the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath, lawyers are dealing with more unknowns than usual, both personally and professionally. The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus has heightened lawyers’ mental and emotional stress, making it more challenging than ever to adhere to professionalism as described in the Lawyer’s Creed and in the Aspirational Statement on Professionalism. In these unprecedented times, lawyers need new tools to help them stay resilient, support their mental health and well-being, and overcome obstacles to professionalism.
Laura Mahr, Esq. created Conscious Legal Minds to help lawyers love their work and their lives. She teaches cutting-edge mindfulness and neuroscience tools to build resilience to burnout, stress, and compassion fatigue in the practice of law. After 13 years of practicing law as a civil sexual assault attorney, Laura brought herself back from the brink of burnout with the tools she now teaches. Based in Asheville, NC, Laura is a North Carolina and Oregon lawyer and coaches and trains nationally on lawyer well-being.
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Alston & Bird is the CLE provider for this program. This program is approved for 1.0 Professionalism hours in Georgia and approved for the Illinois Mental and Substance Abuse credit. CLE is pending for Texas, California, New York, and Missouri. Additional states may be available upon request.
Questions or Registration?
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