“…lawyers who don’t take care of their mental health will get burned out. “
Recently in Toronto, Elizabeth Griffin was speaking about lawyers taking care of their physical and mental well-being at “Law and the Curated Body” organized by York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School and the School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design. Check out the full article by Grant Camerson from The Lawyers Weekly.
“Lawyers have to look after the whole body and encourage a feeling of wholeness or they’re no good to anybody. It’s not easy to do when we’re on a deadline or we’re on a case but the consequences on the body can be huge in terms of stress and burnout and inability to deal with issues.”-Elizabeth Griffin