What’s your plan for Well-Being Week in Law?

May – and Mental Health Awareness month – is just around the corner! The Institute for Well-Being in Law (a recently formed non-profit charitable organization that evolved from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being) is planning another robust and exciting Well-Being Week in Law (WWIL) next week.

Between May 3 – 7, all legal professionals are invited to coordinate or participate in local activities. Don’t forget to include your family, friends, and colleagues in these inclusive community events!

What’s your plan for Well-Being Week in Law?

Here’s the simple breakdown for each day next week:

                Monday – Physical Well-Being

                Tuesday – Spiritual Well-Being

                Wednesday – Career Well-Being

                Thursday – Social Well-Being

                Friday – Emotional Well-Being

If you’re an individual looking to get involved, check out this resources page.

For organizations – law firms, corporate legal departments, government entities, bar associations, or others – these resources were specifically compiled for you.

Infographics, logos, daily social media posts, and a calendar are available for easy and quick download on this page. Please post about your experience using the hashtag #WellBeingWeekInLaw and follow COLAP as we participate in the week’s events:

LinkedIn 

Facebook

Twitter: @ABACoLAP

Lastly, for all well-being coordinators (those building a well-being program for a law firm or other type of legal employer), SAVE THE DATE for the week of May 17 for the After Party. Until then, learn more here.

If you’re in need of general resources for well-being planning purposes all year, you can find benchmark reports, policy templates, and more here.

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