As an employment lawyer, I often get approached by my clients about how to address mental health issues in the workplace.
The response... Read More
The Bar Council initiated our wellbeing work fully aware that we were going to be in it for the long haul. We recognised we had a mountain... Read More
We all ask, and get asked, that question countless times a day. Mostly we assume it’s not really meant, so the response is “fine”, or “all... Read More
In recent years there have been an increasing number of reports, statistics and evidence to demonstrate why workplace wellbeing is so... Read More
I am writing this blog between meetings at a conference in the USA. Sounds glamorous, doesn't it, and I do absolutely love meeting many new... Read More
The topic of values is gaining increasing attention on a number of levels: organisational, personal, community, societal and political, and... Read More
A study from the University of Sussex in 2009 showed that “just six minutes a day of reading can reduce stress by up to 68 per cent”. An... Read More
I am about to become Chair of the LawCare Board, and it has been an interesting journey.
I have been a solicitor for 40 years, but my... Read More
Being gay isn’t a bar to being a lawyer, but it can affect how your career develops and how happy you are in your work. It’s a sad... Read More