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The Whole Lawyer: Making Wellness a Priority in Your Practice 2024

Product ID: CA3630R6
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Priority? You.

Lawyers are used to putting the well-being of others before their own — in reality, it’s part of the job. Practicing law often involves juggling long hours, multiple clients, looming deadlines, and different types of cases all at once. Many lawyers face additional challenges to their well-being, such as stiff competition, unrealistic expectations, and financial pressure. Understandably, these constant demands of the profession can lead to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and burnout. It’s essential that lawyers take affirmative steps to prioritize wellness, so they remain productive, healthy, and happy in their professional and personal lives.

A barrister’s breakthrough

Turbocharge your well-being with The Whole Lawyer: Making Wellness a Priority in Your Practice. Join a top-notch panel to learn more about:

  • Characteristics of the profession that can have a negative impact
  • Signs of stress, burnout, and impostor syndrome
  • Personal and professional stressors
  • Common barriers to asking for help
  • Systems to support your wellness
  • Your ethical duties relating to competence, diligence, and client communications
  • Read More ↓

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Pricing

Member $239.00

Non-Member $319.00

Credits

1 CLE, 1 EPR, 3 LAU

Date and Time

Wednesday, July 10, 20248:30 AM - 12:15 PM CT

Add to Calendar 7/10/2024 8:30:00 AM 7/10/2024 12:15:00 PM America/Chicago The Whole Lawyer: Making Wellness a Priority in Your Practice 2024

Priority? You.

Lawyers are used to putting the well-being of others before their own — in reality, it’s part of the job. Practicing law often involves juggling long hours, multiple clients, looming deadlines, and different types of cases all at once. Many lawyers face additional challenges to their well-being, such as stiff competition, unrealistic expectations, and financial pressure. Understandably, these constant demands of the profession can lead to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and burnout. It’s essential that lawyers take affirmative steps to prioritize wellness, so they remain productive, healthy, and happy in their professional and personal lives.

A barrister’s breakthrough

Turbocharge your well-being with The Whole Lawyer: Making Wellness a Priority in Your Practice. Join a top-notch panel to learn more about:

  • Characteristics of the profession that can have a negative impact
  • Signs of stress, burnout, and impostor syndrome
  • Personal and professional stressors
  • Common barriers to asking for help
  • Systems to support your wellness
  • Your ethical duties relating to competence, diligence, and client communications
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Priority? You.

Lawyers are used to putting the well-being of others before their own — in reality, it’s part of the job. Practicing law often involves juggling long hours, multiple clients, looming deadlines, and different types of cases all at once. Many lawyers face additional challenges to their well-being, such as stiff competition, unrealistic expectations, and financial pressure. Understandably, these constant demands of the profession can lead to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and burnout. It’s essential that lawyers take affirmative steps to prioritize wellness, so they remain productive, healthy, and happy in their professional and personal lives.

A barrister’s breakthrough

Turbocharge your well-being with The Whole Lawyer: Making Wellness a Priority in Your Practice. Join a top-notch panel to learn more about:

  • Characteristics of the profession that can have a negative impact
  • Signs of stress, burnout, and impostor syndrome
  • Personal and professional stressors
  • Common barriers to asking for help
  • Systems to support your wellness
  • Your ethical duties relating to competence, diligence, and client communications
  • Read More ↓

Program Chair & Presenters:

Dean R. Dietrich
Weld Riley, S.C. Wausau

Lindsey D. Draper
Chair, ABA Standing Committee on Public Protection in the Provision of Legal Services Wauwatosa

Presenters:

Bree Buchanan
Krill Strategies LLC
Austin 

Brent J. Hoeft
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Sarah E. Peterson
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Julie M. Spoke
Office of Lawyer Regulation
Madison

Emily Logan Stedman
Husch Blackwell LLP
Milwaukee

Thomas J. Watson
Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Co.
Madison

8:30 a.m. Traits of the Profession that Impact Well-Being (LAU)

  • Competition
  • Winning/losing
  • Expectations of Self
  • Living with stress
  • Making stress work for you
  • Suicide
  • Addiction or Use of Stress Relievers
  • Compassion Fatigue

Dean R. Dietrich (moderator) Lindsey D. Draper, Bree Buchanan

9:20 a.m. Ethics of Lawyer Well-Being (CLE/EPR)

  • Competence
  • Diligence
  • Client focus
  • Client security fund

Dean R. Dietrich (moderator), Lindsey D. Draper, Sarah E. Peterson, Thomas J. Watson

10:10 a.m. Break

10:25 a.m. Recognizing Your Personal Well-Being (LAU)

  • Good, bad, and ugly
  • Guard rails
  • Imposter syndrome
  • Barriers to seeking help

Dean R. Dietrich (moderator), Julie M. Spoke, Emily Logan Stedman

11:15 a.m. Setting Up Systems to Improve Your Wellness (LAU)

  • Release strategies
  • Stop taking it home
  • Personal and Family Relationships
  • What you feed succeeds (physical, mental and emotional

Dean R. Dietrich (moderator), Brent J. Hoeft, Emily Logan Stedman, Julie M. Spoke

12:15 p.m. Program Concludes

  • Recognize aspects of the profession that negatively affect your well-being
  • Assess your personal well-being for signs of stress, burnout, and imposter syndrome
  • Learn how, when, and where to seek help
  • Implement strategies to reconcile personal and professional demands
  • Avoid ethical violations and disciplinary action resulting from poor well-being
  • Discover stress management techniques and healthy habits
  • All lawyers
  • Paralegals
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