- in the category: Wellbeing
NQ Solicitor Tim Taylor shares his experience of mindfulness and explains how his daily meditation practise has had a positive impact on his personal and professional development.
Our Head of High Street Engagement, Katie McKenna, shares her personal experience of stress and calls for employers and employees to look stress in the face and take positive action.
Experienced Law Society of Scotland mentors David Bryson and Christopher Morgan discuss their 7 top tips for mentors
Mental health first aider, Lyndsey Thomson explains what's involved in the mental health first aid training and what it has meant to her personally.
We're marking Mental Health Awareness Week with the launch of a new web-based resource Lawscot Wellbeing.
Katie Wood, Head of Admissions, explains how she supports trainee solicitors on our confidential helpline – starting with nagging!
Katy Forrest, a third year LLB student at the University of Stirling, discusses various techniques law students can use to deal with stress.
Laurin Campbell, a trainee solicitor at Brodies, explains how law firms can take the initiative in supporting their staff's wellbeing and why new lawyers in particular should take advantage of what their employers make available.
Susannah Pencovich, a newly-qualified solicitor based in Edinburgh and specialising in property and private Client work, discusses the benefits to new lawyers of taking up a relaxing hobby.
Two trainee solicitors, both at Brodies, share their thoughts on mindfulness – the process of incorporating awareness into our daily lives.
Charlotte Edgar, a second year trainee solicitor at Brodies LLP discusses the importance of building a supportive network at the beginning of your career.
Olivia Parker, Careers & Outreach Executive at the Society, looks at the causes of and potential solutions to stress for legal professionals in the early part of their career.