Supervision, but not as you know as it

12 Oct 2019

The buzzword of 2019 is ‘wellbeing’, with an increased awareness of the rise in mental health issues resulting, at least in part, from a rapidly changing, faster flowing world.

When I began my career nearly four decades ago, faxes – let alone emails – were the stuff of a fantasy future.

Now, everything is instant and the demands of legal practice are greater than ever. While practice and procedure have generally kept pace with the speed of change, the attitudes of law firms and barristers’ chambers towards the wellbeing of their members is only now catching up.

Most firms have, or are developing, wellbeing policies – whether that is the provision of breakout space and gym membership, ...

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