Lawyer Well-Being and Embodied Social Justice Reform
January 24, 2024
Start Time: 4:00 pm
Duration: 60 Minutes

During this presentation attendees will be provided practical tools and research relating to lawyer well-being and how individual and community healing may affect positive social change. Topics covered will include mindfulness-based interventions for reducing stress, compassion fatigue, burnout, and secondary trauma; the mind-body connection and breath-work practices to support greater well-being; the personal, professional, and prosocial benefits of cultivating a mindfulness practice; and how lawyer well-being movements illuminate paths to embodied social justice reform.  

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Learn how research-backed individual mindfulness and breath work practices can contribute to positive social change.
  2. Learn how individual well-being is linked to prosocial contagion.
  3. 3. How Being Kind Louder can contribute to embodied social justice reform