A new report just published by the International Bar Association, the global voice of the legal profession, highlights a crisis in lawyer mental wellbeing.
Now it's official and undeniable.
There is a mental health crisis in the legal profession worldwide.
A few days ago on 26th Octob...
Aspects such as learning to enjoy work, helping other colleagues, or doing extra-work activities can help to avoid burnout in employees
Burnout is a disease that affects everyone equally and is present in all sectors. Professional women suffer greatly from burnout and, according to a study con...
The pandemic has affected all professions and law firms have had to change the way they work, taking into account some solutions that reduce stress and feelings of loneliness
Law is a profession that generates a lot of stress and anxiety, and these elements, together with many other circumstan...
When it comes to burnout, many lawyers treat it as a psychological illness and those who suffer from it hide this reality
Failure to recognise this illness, which is increasingly present in companies, can lead to a worsening of the illness. Here we summarise the most common mistakes lawyers ma...
Feeling overloaded, out of control, or unrewarded? Or a bit out of touch with colleagues, sensing the unfairness of your situation, or being asked to do things that don't feel quite right?
Welcome to Summer 2020 - worldwide lockdowns.
None of us have been exempt from coronavirus and its effects. B...
Angus Lyon -
02 September 2020
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