Admission Price: Free to attend, please register to book your place
This workshop follows one held at City Law School on 5 April where Australian and UK academics explored the application of recent research in the wellbeing of law students and legal practitioners. This workshop adds an interdisciplinary element. There is no need to have attended the first workshop to benefit from this, although participants on 5 April will be very welcome. The workshop is free to attend but registration is required.
10.00: Introduction: Caroline Strevens, University of Portsmouth and Nigel Duncan, City, University of London
10.15: Working with mental health nurses: Sarah Campbell, City, University of London
Working with speech and language therapists: Kirsty Harrison and Marie-Therese Worthington, City, University of London
11.45: The interdisciplinary clinic project: Isobel Ryder and Caroline Strevens, University of Portsmouth
13.30: Love of money: the root of all evil? Caroline Strevens, University of Portsmouth
14.15: Resilience and positive motivation: The experience of law clinic students working with real clients: Nigel Duncan, City, University of London
15.15: How living out ethical values may be linked to the well-being one achieves through legal work: Chris Megone, University of Leeds and Leonie Venhoeven, Dijksterhuis & Van Baaren
16.30: Taking things forward: developing collaborative work, dissemination and publication: Nigel Duncan and Caroline Strevens
The programme is available to download here.
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10.00am - 5.00pmTuesday 20th June 2017