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In a fast-paced, always-connected world, it is no secret that technology plays a significant role in our daily lives. How is our constantly connected culture impacting the mental health of lawyers? How should the legal profession react? Join us in an upcoming webinar exploring the answers to these questions.
More and more people have a smartphone as a constant companion from the moment they wake up until they go to sleep. These devices connect us to work, social circles, hobbies, and even family. However, is this level of constant connectivity actually harming the legal professional?
The data indicates that the answer is, perhaps, yes. Our upcoming Justia Webinar, Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?, seeks to shed light on this critical issue and explore the ways lawyers and the profession can respond to the situation.
Learn More About This Justia CLE Webinar
Lawyers spend their days in an always-on culture, constantly connected to work, clients, and colleagues. A gradual and incremental increase in responsibilities combined with long working hours has left many lawyers struggling to find balance in their lives. The constant connectivity often isolates legal professionals from the non-work aspects of their lives and, as a result, creates higher levels of burnout and chronic stress.
Join Brian S. Quinn this Friday, October 27, at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT for a webinar exploring the impact of technology on lawyers and discussing how the profession can respond to this crisis. Brian’s presentation will cover ways to identify impairment and mental health warning signs in lawyers and discuss the resources available through lawyer assistance programs. Attendees can also expect to discuss the stigma surrounding mental health and the ethical challenges brought together by technology and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
One hour of California Competence Issues MCLE credit is also available for Justia Connect Pro members.
Register for This Webinar
All U.S. lawyers are invited to our free Justia Webinars! To join us for this presentation, lawyers will need to activate their free Justia Connect membership by claiming their free Justia Profile in the Justia Lawyer Directory.
Lawyers who have successfully completed the process of claiming their Justia Lawyer Directory profiles can register for Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional? via their Justia Connect dashboard or the Justia CLE & Webinar Center.
Earn CLE Credit for Attending
Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional is approved for one hour of competence issues MCLE credit in California. Credit may also be available in other states via that jurisdiction’s applicable CLE self-submission process.
While all lawyers are invited to attend our free Justia Webinars, CLE credit is only available for lawyers with a Justia Connect Pro Membership. In addition to being a Pro member, lawyers seeking CLE credit for this presentation must meet all attendance requirements and complete the CLE verification process within 48 hours of the scheduled conclusion of the live webinar broadcast. The course will also be available in the near future for on-demand CLE credit for those Pro members who cannot attend the live presentation.
The legal profession is at a crossroads, with the demands of an “always-on” culture weighing heavily on lawyers. You can get insights into the situation and discover ways to combat the ill effects of technology in the legal profession by attending this webinar!
For more details about the presentation, please visit the Justia CLE & Webinar Center. For additional information about Justia Connect memberships, we invite you to explore the information available at connect.justia.com.Related Posts
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