The Legal Mind Podcast: Why law firms should be addressing risks to mental health in the workplace

In this edition of The Legal Mind, Elizabeth Rimmer, LawCare’s CEO, talks with Sharon Glynn, Director, Underwriting, Bond and Speciality at Travelers Europe, about why law firms should be addressing risks to mental health in the workplace and sharing her insights from an insurer’s perspective.

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Sharon is a Director at Travelers Insurance company.  A qualified lawyer, Sharon started her career in private practice before joining Travelers’ claim team. She moved into underwriting in 2018, taking on responsibility for large law firm accounts. Sharon is Chair of the Women and Allies Diversity Network at Travelers Europe and a committee member of the Gender Inclusion Network.

Sharon Glynn from Travelers Insurance

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