Relax and rejuvenate. You’ll have an opportunity to practice mindfulness, meditation, engage in dialogue with other like minded lawyers, swim, soak in the hot tub, enjoy nature, go for walks, read, journal and sit by the fire in the evenings.
Our programs are designed by lawyers for lawyers to deliver mindfulness training in bite sized pieces that can be incorporated into lawyer’s busy schedule. The programs can be general or tailored to meet your firm’s needs.
Charlotte Tschider is an Affiliated Professor at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law’s Health Law Institute and Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Programs and Owner/Principal for Cybersimple Security, a privacy and cybersecurity consulting firm. In her spare time, she writes on law, health, and technology topics, and recently published the book International Cybersecurity and Privacy Law in Practice. This week, I have Charlotte on to talk about how the concept of having work and personal life being two completely separate and isolated entities could be a dated way of seeing things.
This week I have Amy M. Gardner on The Resilient Lawyer podcast. Amy is an attorney and certified professional coach who coaches attorneys on career, leadership, and professionalism issues as a principal at Apochromatik. She also provides group trainings and consulting services to law firms and other organizations. Amy has a unique track record of working with law students as dean of students at the University of Chicago Law School and a successful career practicing law, first as a Skadden litigation associate and later as an associate and then partner at a mid-size Chicago firm.
I am excited to have Jennifer McClanahan-Flint on this week to talk about diversity, inclusion, and the impact on being a woman of color in the legal industry.
Jennifer McClanahan-Flint is the founder of the Leverage to Lead Group and Programs. As a Career Strategist, she works primarily with ambitious women of color to help them navigate bias, compensation, and their career progression so they can continue to rise. She works with her clients to help them stop trying to fit in and identify how their difference is the key to their continued success.
In this episode, I am excited to have Jim Dwyer on to talk about how best to align your goals and values with your career experience. Jim is a personal injury lawyer and the managing partner of his law firm. He believes that one of the core purposes of our short time here is to align the world around us, so we can live as meaningful a life as possible and help others do the same. Going into his third decade as an attorney, Jim is more committed than ever to the healing power listening can be for our clients. It’s a force that is undervalued in the legal world.