Professional skills: improving workplace psychological health and safety
Course ID CN170326_MAN1
In this webinar, experienced College of Law lecturer, and mental health trainer, Michael Appleby will inform you about psychological well-being in the legal profession.
This session draws upon a wealth of experience from one of the College’s most experienced lecturers. The College has now provided mental health training to more than 20,000 law graduates nation-wide. Michael is the coordinator of that program.
College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
21 March 2017
21 March 2017
2pm - 3pm AEDST
About This Course
It’s no surprise that practicing the law can be taxing for lawyers and their staff.
This webinar presentation draws on the College’s lengthy experience in this area and Michael Appleby will provide information, insights and strategies in this most-important mandatory session. He will also introduce the Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation Psychological Wellbeing: Best Practice Guidelines for the Legal Profession aimed at equipping the profession to provide improved environments for wellbeing.
All legal practitioners
Lecturer, The College of Law
Michael has experience as a solicitor at Turner Freeman, practising personal injury from 1981-1982, ALAO litigious practice including AAT, family and crime from 1982-1983 and was a Partner at Collins and Stephens focusing on a broad range of both contentious and non-contentious matters from 1983-1988. He was also partner and sole practitioner at Appleby & Nilson focusing on a broad range of litigious and commercial matters from 1988-2001 and a partner at Watkins Tapsell, practising in commercial litigation and having responsibility forpractice development from 2001-2003.
Prior to coming to The College of Law, Michael was an Adjunct Lecturer at The University of Sydney Law School.
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