This week I am excited to have Diane Costigan on to talk about different ways to experience wellness and mindfulness, from meditation to EFT tapping. Diane currently serves as Winston & Strawn’s Director of Coaching, where she coaches lawyers on topics such as business development, peak performance, and leadership and career strategy.
As lawyers, we identify so much of who we are with what we do. Therefore, it’s difficult to think about a career change because it can feel as though we’re losing a part of our identity.
For many years, as I travel across the country, talking about lawyer well-being and mindfulness, lawyers would come up to me and ask about
Laura Mahr is the founder of Conscious Legal Minds LLC, providing mindfulness and neuroscience-based coaching, training, and consulting for attorneys and law offices nationwide. Laura’s cutting-edge work to build resilience to burnout, stress, and vicarious trauma in the practice of law is informed by 11 years of practice as a civil sexual assault attorney, two decades of experience as an educator and professional trainer, and 25 years as a student and teacher of mindfulness and yoga, and a love of neuroscience.
In this episode, I am excited to have Gina Biegel on to talk about redefining mindfulness in the 21st century and the idea of positive neuroplasticity. Gina Biegel is a psychotherapist, researcher, speaker, and author in the San Francisco Bay Area who specializes in mindfulness-based work with adolescents.
Before law school, I used to love writing — simply for the joy of it, as a means of self-expression. I started journaling when I
I am excited to have Megan Zavieh on to talk about mental health and well-being this week, and how to pick up on symptoms and handle yourself appropriately. Megan Zavieh is a lawyer for lawyers, saving careers through attorney discipline defense. She also advises bar applicants on moral character issues and takes moral character appeals to trial.
[Podcast] RL 80: David Shircliff— Maintaining Well-being and Understanding Emotions in the Courtroom
This week I have David Shircliff on the podcast to talk about maintaining well-being as a lawyer. David is a Chief Public Defender in Indiana who has a passion for helping trial lawyers break through barriers that inhibit performance and fulfillment, including enhancing trial skills, rejuvenating passion after burnout, overcoming secondary trauma, and other non-discussable issues in the practice of law.
Jen Dawson is a Certified Financial Planner and is the Chicago Managing Director of Hemington Wealth Management. Today I am excited to have Jen on to talk about something we don’t get the opportunity to candidly about: Money.
In this episode, I read an article I recently wrote for the American Bar Association. They put out a call for lawyers that come from an underprivileged background to share their “My Path to Law” Story, so I thought this would be a perfect time to share my story in terms of how I went from being an immigrant from Korea at the age of 10 to being a lawyer.