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Mentally Healthy Workplaces in the Legal Sector

Description: Hear from lawyers championing the promotion and protection of mental health in the workplace.

Lawyers and other professionals in the legal sector are often at greater risk for mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, addiction, and suicide.

Learn about a new groundbreaking online program, Mental Health and Wellness in the Legal Profession. It gives lawyers, judges, and law students information about mental health and addiction issues, their causes and symptoms, as well as treatment options. This program increases awareness of the importance of mental health.

Guest Speaker:

  • Karen KH Bell, Senior Director, Professional & Client Education McCarthy Tétrault LLP
  • Kenneth J Fredeen, General Counsel and Secretary to the Board Deloitte

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