|Publication status||Published - Feb 2018|
|Event||National Wellness for Law Forum: Do no harm - Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia|
Duration: 15 Feb 2018 → 16 Feb 2018
|Conference||National Wellness for Law Forum|
|Period||15/02/18 → 16/02/18|
Research continues to indicate that symptoms of psychological distress in law students begin early in law school and continue throughout their studies and into their professional lives as legal practitioners.
The 2018 National Wellness for Law Forum will be an opportunity to share research, scholarship, successful practice and future thinking around the theme: ‘Do No Harm’. The emphasis will be upon identifying ways in which law can be created, administered, practised and taught with an emphasis upon avoiding harm to others.
The Forum will be held on 15 - 16 February 2018 at Bond University Law Faculty and include invited plenary speakers and panel discussions, as well as paper and poster presentations.
Day 1 - Thursday 15 February will focus on wellness in legal education.
Day 2 - Friday 16 February will focus on wellness in the legal profession.
Legal practitioners will be eligible to earn up to 6 CPD points for their attendance on day 2.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to Bond University for the 2018 National Wellness for Law Forum.
Practical tips on managing life in the law through mindfulness. / Aggs, Cameron.2018. National Wellness for Law Forum, Gold Coast, Australia.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Presentation › Research
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