Subject-related anxiety: As a Law teacher, how can I help?

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Law students are likely experiencing many challenges at the moment. They or their loved ones might be suffering from COVID19 or they might be in a high-risk demographic or location. They may be recently unemployed or stranded far from support networks. They may have new responsibilities as they care for or home school family members. There is little doubt that these experiences have significant potential to affect their mental wellbeing. I am also mindful of the less obvious influences on mental wellbeing. Many of these have been discussed in the media over the past few months. Among others, there is the anxiety caused by the uncertainty surrounding the COVID19 pandemic (Bowden, 2020), and the effects of lockdown isolation (Landowski, 2020). Naturally, I am wondering what I can do to assist my students during my next teaching semester.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCentre for Professional Legal Education Blog
Publication statusPublished - 26 May 2020


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