The conference will be presented in two half day modules: The morning will focus on individual well-being including some “personal journeys” by some of our speakers and the afternoon will focus on law firm and institutional approaches to well-being and proving the business case for well-being. Attendees will have the choice of attending one or both modules, including access to a mid-day Keynote address, which will be presented by several members of The Institute for Well-Being in Law. Sponsored by the recently formed Institute for Well-Being in Law (formerly known as the National Task Force for Lawyer Well-Being).
November 1-4, 2021; Sedona, AZ. Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating non-judgmental awareness in the present moment. This four-day program delivered by The National Judicial College is an opportunity to pause from the many complexities of being a judge and find some space to breathe and reflect. It is a practice of learning to pay attention to our thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations and acknowledging whatever is present and using that information to respond to the unfolding of our work and lives.
October 18-22, 2021; Seoul, South Korea. This year, the Judicial Renaissance is all about exploring and building resilience. During this program, judges will engage with experts from the arts, humanities, and science in order to better understand judicial wellness and resilience within the context of the legal system.