Lori Pines, who has spent her entire 30-year legal tenure as a litigator for Weil, Gotshal & Manges, is taking her career in Big Law in another direction. A longtime wellness advocate (she has a degree from the Duke IM Integrative Health Coach Professional Training Program and is also a certified corporate wellness specialist), Pines is taking on a position that few large law firms have in place: a C-level role dedicated to employee wellness. 

While many firms have long maintained wellness programs (think free meditation sessions, gym discounts and the occasional webinar on eating better), not very many have allowed their programs to have the proverbial “seat at the table” and serve at the same level as chief financial, marketing or information technology officers. 

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