Collaborative Law - Where Have All the Values Gone? Reclaiming Meaning, Balance, and Health in Your Life as a Lawyer - and Doing a Better Job for Your Client too

Collaborative Law - Where Have All the Values Gone? Reclaiming Meaning, Balance, and Health in Your Life as a Lawyer - and Doing a Better Job for Your Client too

Loyola CLE is thrilled to present a seminar on collaborative law. This program is a bit different in from our usual Saturday morning format. It offers attendees the opportunity to really delve into this unique area of the law by offering an option to attend the entire day in addition to the typical morning session. We strongly recommend that participants take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this area of the law!

Morning session:
• The trouble with lawyers: an honest look at what ails members of the legal profession and why.
• The impact of legal education on personal values.
• Burnout: what it is and why it’s dangerous.
• Simple techniques for dealing with burnout and stress.

Afternoon session:
• Law and the human brain: an introduction to what’s going on under the hood during conflict and stress—ours as well as our clients’.
• Money, Law and Values: busting the myth of values-free law practice.
• Wrapping it up: building into your daily work techniques that can reclaim meaning, health, and peak performance in the practice of law.

While it is possible to get credit for attending only the morning session (3.0 hours), you will miss vital tools and information about this important and life-changing approach to the practice of law if you choose to attend less than the full day (7.0 hours with LUNCH INCLUDED!).

Details

  • When

  • Saturday, November 4, 2017
    9:00 AM - 4:45 PM
    Central Time

  • Where

  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
    526 Pine Street
    Room 111
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
    (504) 861-5441

CLE Credits

All Day - Approval pending by The Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Louisiana Supreme Court for a maximum of 7.0 hours credit, including 0.00 hour(s) of ethics, 0.00 hour(s) of professionalism, and 0.00 hour(s) of law office practice.

Morning Session only - Approval pending by The Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Louisiana Supreme Court for a maximum of 3.0 hours credit, including 0.00 hour(s) of ethics, 0.00 hour(s) of professionalism, and 0.00 hour(s) of law office practice.

 

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