Stress can be professionally and personally disabling for attorneys. While we may never live stress-free lives, not all stress is a bad thing. Instead, stress can be a reminder that we have an opportunity to have a positive impact on something that is important to us, and to our clients. Learn from John Hollway, Associate Dean of Penn Law, about the latest scientific research on stress and techniques to control and channel the stress in our lives and obtain better professional, personal, health and wellness outcomes in the process.
Lecturer: John Hollway, Associate Dean at Penn Law, Executive Director of the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice
"Excellent - Great content and speaker. I found it completely engaging and useful."
"I wish this had been integrated into the curriculum when I was at the law school. John made the material both accessible and memorable."
"Terrific presentation - highly relatable, easily digestible, great format. A CLE that has useful ramifications well beyond credit!"
"The focus and advice of this course can also be helpful to retired lawyers or those who are contemplating retirement, which can be very stressful."
"What an uplifting course! I really appreciated the helpful hints and positive approach to stress."
"Good to have the lawyer slant on stress, including what's helpful and not helpful about legal training."
"Such great content, I would love to see more on this topic and others having to do with lawyers' well being."
"I thought this course was terrific. It really helped me understand ways to re-frame my mindset when faced with stress that I look forward to trying."