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LIV Young Lawyers: Managing wellbeing

LIV Young Lawyers: Managing wellbeing

Date & TimeThursday 04 March 2021 6–7.30pm
Format Webinar
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This wellbeing session will explore why it is important to pay attention to your mental health and wellbeing as you begin law school.

Many unhelpful habits can be formed and cemented through your years of study, which can impact you long term. It’s easy to get swept up in everything that is happening without stopping to think about your wellbeing. This session explores the WHY of managing wellbeing.

Further details below.

Further Details

  • Topics Covered:
    • What mental health and wellbeing looks like at law school
    • Mental ill-health in the legal profession
    • Stigmas and concerns
    • Why firms care
  • Presenters:

    Chair:

    • Meg Reid, Student at Deakin University

    Presenters:

    • Gianna Fermo, Student at Monash University and representative of A Reasonable Standard
    • Emily Knowles, Psychologist, Human Link

    About the presenters:

    Gianna Fermo

    Gianna Fermo is undertaking the Juris Doctor program after completing a science degree majoring in psychology. Gianna is currently helping to run A Reasonable Standard, which started as a website that explores and discusses the different mental health experiences students might encounter throughout their degree. Currently those at A Reasonable Standard are striving to destigmatise mental health and wellness by starting a conversation. The hope is that by sharing relatable and vulnerable experiences, and demostrating how students worked thier way through them, a culture of understanding and support may be fostered. Coming from a background in psychology, mental health is an important issue for Gianna and being involved with A Reasonable Standard offers a way to spread awareness for mental health. Gianna's hope that their work will foster a legal community in which everyone, no matter the problems they may face, are supported and respected.

    Emily Knowles

    Currently practising as a registered psychologist, Emily is experienced in both consulting and in-house psychology roles. Originally trained as a lawyer, her professional approach is multi-disciplinary, innovative and differentiated. She focuses on human-centred insights and the importance of harnessing soft skills within the workplace. Emily adopts an evidence-based approach to people development and organisational development. She is passionate about building individual and collective capability. Emily’s fields of subject matter expertise include leadership, wellbeing, and the intersection of personality and personal values.

  • Webinar - Important Information:

    LIV webinars offer an interactive learning experience – wherever you are, from any device – and are run through Zoom. Register as you would any of our other in-person education and we’ll send you the webinar link and log in details the morning of the event date.

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