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Managing COVID, self-doubt, “imposter syndrome” and more: Mental health toolkit for lawyers

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Toolkit, Mental health and wellbeing for lawyers is a guide for users through Practical Law’s content that explores and addresses mental health and wellbeing issues in the legal industry and for legal professionals.

Mental health and wellbeing are significant issues for the legal profession, especially in light of the new challenges and changes presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Practical Law New Zealand’s new toolkit provides insightful perspectives, guidance and helpful tips on how lawyers can manage their mental health and wellbeing and how organisations can ensure their employees and legal departments are supported.  

The new toolkit covers topics like: 

  • The benefits of effective communication. 
  • Developing higher emotional intelligence. 
  • Managing stress and mental health at work. 
  • Practising mindfulness.

Check out the complimentary toolkit here. Access to the resources listed in the toolkit depends on what is included in your Practical Law subscription. 

For more information about Practical Law New Zealand, or to discuss a subscription to Practical Law please contact Abigail Milburn, Practical Law New Zealand Lead.

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