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Running on Empty: the Epidemic of Professional Burnout

Presented by San Diego County Law Library & James Eischen

(8,186 Ratings)

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Course Description

Length: 50min    Published: 4/4/2017    
Over time, the rigors of practicing law can impact a lawyer’s personal life and impact their professionalism. It is key for attorneys to identify behaviors affecting their practices and clients. This talk starts with a discussion on professional burnout affecting professionalism and providing anecdotal stories and interactive discussion. The presentation will then shift to mindfulness and other tactics for addressing the situations negatively impacting the lawyer, and recommendations on overcoming obstacles and achieving satisfaction with your chosen procession.
Learning Objectives
* Explore the impact stress can have on a lawyer's professionalism
* Learn to identify bad behaviors affecting law practices and clients
* Get tools to combat burnout affecting a lawyer's professionalism
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Presented By:

San Diego County Law Library

San Diego, California


James Eischen

San Diego, California


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