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Resilience in Legal Practice

E-learning

In this brief module, we describe what resilience is and provide some practical tips to apply it to the legal practice. This is an on-demand module, which you can complete at your pace.

E-learning

Starts on Monday 28th Feb 2022 3:45pm in 33 day(s) and 16 hour(s)

This live session will be run on 28 February 2022 between 16:00-17:30. You may need to refresh the page to gain access.

To make the most out of this session, make sure you first complete the previous module.

Course Description

Overview

  • 2 hours
  • Foundation
This practical course will help you understand different meanings of resilience, and how to apply it in your workplace. Co-authored by expert researchers in Mental Health Mathijs Lucassen (Senior Lecturer at The Open University) and in wellbeing applied to the legal profession Emma Jones (Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield), the programme consists of an e-learning module, followed by a virtual classroom scheduled on 28 February 2022, between 16:00-17:30.

Learning outcomes

After completing this course attendees will:

  • understand what resilience is and why it is important
  • understand the limits of resilience in legal practice
  • identify when resilience is required in legal practice
  • learn and apply techniques to improve resilience in legal practice