It's All About the Relationship – Becoming an Effective Counselor at Law (Legal Lunchbox™ Series November 2017) [LL181128-FSV]

It's All About the Relationship – Becoming an Effective Counselor at Law (Legal Lunchbox™ Series November 2017) [LL181128-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: November 28, 2017
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes
Credits: Other: 1.50
 
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This recorded seminar was a Legal LunchboxTM Series live webcast presented on November 28, 2017. If you attended the webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

In law school we are taught to “think like a lawyer” and are indoctrinated into a particular culture—one that is characterized by an emphasis on rationality, stoicism, and remaining calm under pressure. In such a culture, not only don’t feelings matter, they can mess things up. And yet . . . law is messy. Because being a lawyer means having relationships—with clients, with colleagues, with opposing counsel—and relationships are messy because they mean we’re going to have feelings.

In this recorded seminar, part of the Legal LunchboxTM Series, lawyer and psychotherapist Duncan Hollomon shares psychological insights that can be brought to bear on the relational challenges that being a lawyer presents, not only in terms of “self-care,” but in addressing the needs of our clients. Consider with him whether we can reimagine the practice of law as one of bringing about relational reconciliation and healing while rewarding its practitioners with supportive and compassionate relationships.

Presenter: Duncan Holloman, JD, PhD – Seattle, WA

Coursebook contains 70 pages.


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