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April 08, 2024 | Law.com

How I Deal With Stress: A Clifford Chance Partner on Feeling Overwhelmed and Accepting Help

In the third in a series on how senior lawyers are confronting their mental health challenges, CC's UK head of global financial markets Matt Fairclough talks about vocalising his problems and weekly psychotherapist sessions.
4 minute read
April 02, 2024 | Legaltech News

How to Develop Legal Tech Products That Lawyers Love

Technology solutions need to complement and augment legal service delivery and should not create new problems, but rather solve existing ones.
5 minute read
April 01, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Vanessa Ford: We Can't Afford to Lose You

The profession must do better than this. We lawyers are problem-solvers at our core and the answer can never be for a human being to work 18 hours a day. Because they will. Until they can't. We can't afford to lose them, and neither can their families.
4 minute read
March 28, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Video: It Has Fallen to Individual Lawyers to Manage Stress

Law.com International editor-in-chief Paul Hodkinson explains some findings from interviews and private conversations with partners on the issue of stress.
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March 27, 2024 | Law.com

How I Deal With Stress: Top Partners Open Up

In the first in a series of Q&As with partners about how they cope with life in law, Taylor Wessing corporate head Emma Danks and Fieldfisher commercial partner Sam Jardine talk about their own experiences.
7 minute read
March 22, 2024 | Lean Adviser

43. A Legal Assignment Is Just One Person With a Problem Asking Another Person for Help

If there's one thing we could do to improve the mental health and well-being of the legal profession as a whole, what would it be? The answer, we suggest, is empathy. In other words, to see the profession at a people level and reframe client service around empathy and human values.
3 minute read
March 21, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Who Is Responsible for Protecting Lawyers' Mental Health?

"Human nature is responsible," said Florida State University College of Law professor Lawrence Kriege. "If you look at history, there has been a persistent problem that has plagued mankind forever, and it's called greed. It can be greed for money, greed for power, greed for prestige—but it's greed."
6 minute read
March 19, 2024 | The American Lawyer

PEP Talk: The Am Law 100's Quiet Boost

If only we could boost the legal industry's mental health as easily as U.S. law firms are boosting profits, the Global Lawyer writes.
8 minute read
March 19, 2024 | Law.com

India's Cyril Amarchand Launches Abu Dhabi Office, Marks Second Overseas Foray

The firm says it is focused on 'increasing co-operation between India and the UAE', in light of increasing investment by UAE-based entities in India.
2 minute read
March 15, 2024 | Lean Adviser

42. Law Firm Profits Soar During A Mental Health Crisis. Is This A Coincidence?

At a certain point, it's in the best interests of the client, the assignment and — most of all yourself — for you to say "No."
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