KU Law to host inaugural Well-Being Summit
LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Law will host a summit with national experts in the field of well-being within the legal profession, both as a resource for KU Law students to learn self-care early on and for the broader legal community. The inaugural Well-Being Summit will take place Nov. 9.
The 2023 Well-Being Summit begins with a Lunch & Learn available to KU Law students, faculty and staff. The summit concludes in the evening with a free CLE program and networking reception, open to the public. Registration is required.
- Heidi Brown, author of publications addressing lawyer well-being.
- Shailini George, author of “The Law Student’s Guide to Doing Well and Being Well.”
- Jerome Organ, co-director of the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
“This summit aims to center on the well-being of attorneys and law students,” said Leah Terranova, dean of academic and student affairs, “with a primary focus on closing the divide between the well-being expectations and needs of law students and the available resources provided by law schools and firms.”
KU Law has invited the Kansas Task Force for Lawyer Well-being, the Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program and local firms who have shown an interest and investment in lawyer well-being to participate as co-sponsors of this event.