Dear lawyers, We have an exciting new program coming up specifically designed for lawyers with 1 to 5 years of experience.
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Three session online series
Jens Näsström, occupational psychologist and expert weell being and lawyer performance argues that the key principle in thriving in the legal profession is "balance". Finding that baance between top performance at work while also making time to do as you please outside of work: it is a skill, and it can be developed.
Jens conducted several studies on law firms working in 2020, and has hands-on suggestions for best practices when working from home. Having dedicated his work to mapping our success factors for lawyers and backed by lawyer-specific research, Jens is uniquely qualified to help you find that balance to thrive. So, we invited him over!
Each session will be hosted online on Zoom. As we find it important for you to get as much out of these series as you can, we are organizing 3 different timeslots per topic. This allows for plenty of flexibility so you can pick out the timeslot that best suits your agenda.
We highly recommend subscribing for this program as it is tailored to the specific needs of law firm lawyers and we count on your commitment to participate in the sessions once you have enrolled.
In a three-session online series, Jens will work closely together with you and share insights on how to enhance you performance as a business lawyer and well-being, both within the work environment as out. A sneak-peek on what you can expect each session to be about:
Strategies for success in a law firm: What does research say? Broadening the idea of success and how you can achieve it.
Finding balance: Best practices on stress management, also when working from home, specifically for young business lawyers.
Sustainable success in a law firm: Getting into the specifics and providing clear models on how you can sustainably thrive as a lawyer.
Occupational Psychologist and independent researcher, specialized in lawyers since 2005. He trains CLE/CPD (continued legal education or continued professional development) at the Swedish Bar Association, and previously at the Swedish Bar Exam, and in law firms.
Currently the Head of Research at the Lawyer Performance Project, his research partnerships include the Swedish Bar Association, the Swedish Company Lawyers Association, Thomson Reuters, and several of the most prominent law firms in the Nordics.
Jens also knows a thing or two about student life, having studied psychology at five universities: University of Stockholm, University of New Orleans, Karolinska Institutet, Loyola University at New Orleans, and Södertörn University.