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Identifying and Overcoming Mental Health Pitfalls In the Legal Profession

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Friday, January 29, 2021

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60 minutes

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The legal profession is an adversarial industry that often involves emotional clients, opposing counsel, and even judges.  Given the pressure brought on by challenging cases, lawyers are particularly susceptible to mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and addiction.  These issues have been exacerbated by COVID-19.  In this webinar, lawyers will learn about the mental health pitfalls that those in the legal field can fall victim to, how to avoid them, and tools and resources they can use to address them.  

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Molly McKibben

Molly is a partner at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP in Santa Monica, California. Molly’s trial practice focuses on... Read More

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