Here’s how Vermont’s legal professionals can plan for Well-Being Week in Law.

Well-Being Week in Law begins on May 2.  Driven by the efforts of the folks at the Institute for Well-Being in Law (IWIL), the week is designed to raise awareness by encouraging all in the profession to engage in activities that promote well-being.

There are many ways to get involved.

Each day has a different theme, with each theme a component of wellness.


Last year, I hosted daily virtual meetups over the lunch hour.  There was no agenda.  Rather, we shared thoughts and tips related to the day’s theme.  My posts and videos on the project are here.  I intend to reprise the discussions this year.

There’s also A LOT more that folks can do. I encourage legal professionals, legal organizations, and individuals within the profession to get involved.  Here are some resources from IWIL’s website:

I’ve not yet finalized the activities I’ll promote in addition to the daily discussions.  I hope to do so next week.  Until then, if you, your firm, or your organization is interested in planning even a single activity, let me know if you need assistance or want me to stop by.  I will if I can. Also, if you’re interested in learning what others intend to do, IWIL is hosting a series of free planning sessions.  For more information on how to register for the planning sessions, go here.

Let’s continue to promote the well-being of Vermont’s legal profession and its members.

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One thought on “Here’s how Vermont’s legal professionals can plan for Well-Being Week in Law.

  1. Good morning, Michael,

    Honestly, you are super organized. I hope the lawyers in VT recognize all that you do for them. Happy planning for well-being week. And most of all, enjoy it!

    Love, Aunt Claire ________________________________


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