The wellbeing road test

Law and professional services firms are constantly coming up with new strategies to keep their workers happy, healthy and motivated.

The human cost of corporate life

Wellness is a holistic, ongoing, and very human necessity – not just a work issue. So there’s a need to move past box-ticking.

Lessons on vicarious trauma and wellbeing from a Royal Commission

Solicitor Anna Verney, who worked at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse writes the Commission’s approach to vicarious trauma and the…

Crushing waves

A devastating cancer diagnosis forced lawyer, wife and mother Lillian Leigh to re-evaluate her priorities and to cherish each and every moment.

Take a digital diet

Cutting back on the digital onslaught might help ease your mind, as well as free up time.

The hardest letter I have ever written

Requesting leave to address mental health issues was one of the toughest things Magistrate David Heilpern has ever done.

A healthy practice

Alexandra Jones is passionate about using public health law to improve the lives of others.

Get into the swim of things

Swimming is a low-impact, high-reward activity that can make you smarter and happier.

Lawyer wellbeing under the spotlight

Concerns about serious mental health issues within the legal profession prompted the American Bar Association to look for practical ways to address the problem.

Multi-tasking: help or hindrance?

Is juggling a number of tasks, as we so often do, all that bad?