On Thursday, July 25th, join us for an in-depth and interactive discussion rarely had in the ADR community.
When it comes to health and wellness, historically there has been little focus on those working in the heart of conflict, ADR practitioners. The fact that many in private practice work alone highlights the need for support networks and camaraderie amongst mediators, arbitrators and other ADR practitioners. Coming together to share, blow off steam and otherwise focus (for once) on ourselves – as we so often concentrate on our clients – can help ensure that we are taking care of ourselves. There will be broad, big picture discussion as well as a series of practical, hands on tips and takeaways shared to allow all who attend a chance to both reflect for themselves and learn about how others deal with the types of challenges that they encounter.
Registration includes course materials, certificate, breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.
This workshop contains 10 CEE Points.
CPD Points: 6 hours (2.5 Substantive, 3.5 Professionalism) Only Professionalism Hours must be accredited by the Law Society. Lawyers and paralegals must determine for themselves whether an activity is an eligible educational activity for CPD and qualifies for Substantive Hours. Substantive Hours may address substantive or procedural law topics and/or related skills. Non-legal subjects may also be eligible for Substantive Hours if they are relevant to the lawyer’s or paralegal’s practice and professional development.
This full-day workshop will feature an all-star panel of skilled ADR and other practitioners, sharing their experiences and leading interactive group discussions on several aspects of this topic both within and beyond practice.