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Corporate Counsel CPD Webinar Series: Mental Health in a Legal Workplace – A Story from the Inside

COVID-19 Webinars < 1 read

October 6, 2020

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm ET
Webinar

Beth Beattie shares her personal story of living with bipolar disorder while working as a lawyer. She addresses the prevalence of mental illness in law offices and discusses the isolation and stigma associated with it especially during the era of COVID-19. Her discussion includes the array of reasons why lawyers choose not to disclose mental illness and how certain barriers can be overcome. Tips for getting well, staying well and developing resilience during the pandemic are provided. Beth talks about signs to look for in colleagues who may not be doing well and how best to support them.

Join us on Tuesday, October 6th, as Beth Beattie, Senior Counsel at the Ministry of the Attorney General Civil Law explores the topic of concealing and revealing mental illness at work.

Ontario: This program has been accredited by the Law Society of Ontario for 60 minutes EDI Professionalism credit.

BC: This program contains 60 minutes of Practice Management.

Quebec: This program is pending approval for CLE from the Quebec Bar.

Other Jurisdictions: Please contact us at events@mcmillan.ca

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