The Integrated Lawyer Symposium

January 10-11, 2019

This symposium provides a forum for sharing insights, research, practical tools and
innovative approaches for promoting the development of wellbeing from a ‘whole
lawyer’ perspective. There is significant evidence that personal wellbeing affects the
quality of professional legal practice and work life satisfaction. Lawyers are reported to
have high rates of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and dissatisfaction with
professional life. There is also evidence that habits and ways-of-being developed during
law school are contributing factors.

Based on the model put forth by the National Task Force on Lawyer Wellbeing (August
2017), participants will be invited to explore the domains of emotional, social, physical,
spiritual, and cognitive wellness with the overall goal of introducing lifelong approaches
for thriving within the legal profession. Content experts from the various domains will
present on ways they are using their expertise to develop wellbeing with law students,
practicing attorneys, mediators, and others.


Standard Registration Fee - $125

Early Bird Registration (ends October 30, 2018) - $90

Student Discount (must present valid school ID) - $75

Hastings Faculty/Staff/ Alumni Discount - $75

Hastings Current Student - Free
(Sponsored by the Student Wellness Committee)

Law School Affiliate Dinner (Friday, January 11, 2019) - $50

MCLE credits will be awarded. To receive MCLE credit, you must sign in and out during the designated MCLE registration period (details will be provided in the program). UC Hastings is an approved MCLE provider.

Hosted by the UC Hastings Center for Negotiation & Dispute Resolution and the Career Development Office



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