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Mind your health: Mental wellbeing is now on the agenda in many law firms

09 October 2017

Around 18 years ago, I interviewed a partner at one of the City’s elite firms. He was exceptionally nice, patient and helpful. His chargeable rate was likely £500 to £600 an hour at the time, but he spent at least half an hour trying to photocopy a report he thought I should have. I liked him.

Take a holiday, avoid sunburn and burnout: tips from a trainee solicitor

22 August 2017

Yes - I am also guilty of waking up in the middle of the night and refreshing my work emails - the shame!

How does a sole practitioner ever take a holiday?

15 August 2017

I ended up in the attic of the gite standing on a sofa, on top of cushions, with my head out of the Velux window trying to get the best signal….

5 ways to boost your productivity that are backed by science

14 June 2017

The internet is full of articles claiming to provide the secret to limitless personal productivity. If only we got out of bed earlier, organised our email more often, or divided our day into 25-minute bursts of activity followed by tiny little breaks. There’s even one study out there that says that the secret is to pause to look at pictures of kittens every few hours…

10 actionable productivity tips for legal professionals

18 April 2017

There’s one big thing that’s killing our ability to focus and give our work the attention it requires: digital distraction — the overwhelming bombardment of text messages, emails, pop-ups, news feeds, and updates from which it is almost impossible to hide.

Winter Blues: what to do about it

02 November 2016

As British summertime officially ends, some of us may be feeling as gloomy as the weather. Karen Jackson looks at Seasonal Affective Disorder, what you can do if you have it and how employers should support those affected.

5 top tips to make your office space more inspiring

26 October 2016

Richard Heinrich looks at how you can increase morale and productivity by making small, simple changes to your office environments.

Five steps to wellbeing

10 October 2016

On World Mental Health Day, Elizabeth Rimmer discusses how solicitors can look after their wellbeing.

Digital detox: switch off for the holidays

04 August 2016

Karen Jackson discusses the curse of connectivity and how to switch off when on holiday.

LawCare: a helping hand

07 July 2016

Elizabeth Rimmer explains why wellbeing strategies are essential in every organisation, and what LawCare can do to help solicitors in need.

Emotional resilience: escaping low self-esteem

09 June 2016

In the third instalment on emotional health for solicitors, Julian Hall takes a look at the relationship between emotional resilience and self-esteem.

Changing places: tips for coming back to a merger

24 February 2016

Vanessa Friend reflects on two life changes in one year, and provides some tips for other women in similar situations.

How not to be an emotionally resilient lawyer

04 February 2016

In the second installment on emotional health for solicitors, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing.

Are you an emotionally resilient lawyer?

03 December 2015

Julian Hall takes a look at the key personal qualities that help us navigate stress and provides some tips on developing emotional resilience.

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