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What does it mean to be happy, or at least ‘sort of happy’, in law school? What factors do law students have to consider as they navigate what is perceived to be one of the most stressful fields to study and practice? Tune in to hear Annie Swift, a second-year law student at the University of New Mexico and the student representative for the New Mexico State Bar Wellbeing Committee, interview Dr. Katie Young, PhD, J.D., and professor of sociology at UM Amherst. Dr. Young will discuss the findings in her book "How to be (Sort Of) Happy in Law School" as well as illuminating mental, emotional, and physical stressors that law students face.
Presenters: Annie Swift, second-year law student at the University of New Mexico and the student representative for the New Mexico Well-Being Committee; Dr. Katie Young, PhD, J.D., and professor of sociology at UM Amherst.
For our second episode on Legal Well-Being in Action, we are honored to have Justice Chavez and William Slease speak on incivility and well-being! This episode will explore how acts of incivility can affect us physically, emotionally, and mentally. Our expert speakers will also be sharing tips and tools on how to take action toward self-preservation/care if you encounter an act of incivility in your personal or professional life.Tune in to hear their thoughts on how the cost of incivility disrupts our personal being, takes a toll on the clients we serve and/or our staff, and can negatively affect fellow members of the bench and bar.
Presenters: Justice Edward L. Chavez, former Justice and Chief Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court (ret.), and member of the NM Well-Being Judicial Subcommittee; William Slease, Professional Practice Program Director for the State Bar of New Mexico and member of the NM Well-Being Committee.
For this first personal inventory podcast, two private practice attorneys discuss how COVDI9 has impacted how they practice law in-person and by video. Tune in to hear how these two speakers weigh in on personal safety, mental health, and the pros and cons of continuing to use video settings in the field of law even after the pandemic has passed.
Presented by: Richard Cravens, Cravens Law LLC; Sean Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick Law LLC and NM Well-Being Committee Co-Chair