Ep. 10 - Looking after your Mental Health and Wellbeing with Elizabeth Rimmer
MTSG Legal Insights
The legal profession is notorious for high levels of stress which can lead to mental health issues and low levels of wellbeing. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of looking after our mental health is becoming increasingly clear.In this episode, Kirsty speaks to Elizabeth Rimmer, the Chief Executive of Lawcare, a charity which supports and promotes good mental health and wellbeing throughout the legal community. We discuss the impact COVID=19 has had upon the prevalence of mental health issues in the legal profession as well as sharing tips and useful resources for coping with uncertainty and nurturing your mental health. If you would like free, independent and confidential support, Lawcare is here to help. Helpline: 0800 279 6888(Monday - Friday 9am–5.30pm)Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.lawcare.org.uk (Online Chat every Wednesday 9am-5.30pm) ...Music by Ryan Little - Think About You - https://thmatc.co/?l=9E7F675F
Friday Conversation with Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare
Friday Conversations with Hannah Beko, the Law in lockdown and beyond
It was a pleasure to catch up with Elizabeth and discuss all things mental health and wellbeing in the legal profession. Elizabeth shared a little about her pandemic journey, how LawCare has grown over the last 20 years, and been supporting lawyers this year. You can find out more about LawCare here. They are an independent charity which exists to support the legal profession. Very importantly Elizabeth shared details of the survey currently being conducted into the culture and practice of law and how this is impacting mental health. If you'd like to join us in helping to bring about changes in the profession, please do complete the confidential and anonymous survey here. Podcast host Hannah Beko is a self-employed lawyer, coach and creator of the Lawyers Business Mastermind™ (the place for entrepreneurial lawyers to grow).If you are a legal professional, please feel free to join our free Facebook Group for networking, tips and support - Legally Speaking, a group for the legal profession by clicking here. Visit Lawyers Business Mastermind™ for more details and to join us.You can connect with Hannah on LinkedIn or visit www.authenticallyspeaking.co.uk.
In this month’s episode, Ollie and Jon speak with Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare - a charity set up to promote and support good mental health and wellbeing in the legal community. Elizabeth also gives a great book recommendation, and takes part in Guest Question Tombola.
Justice, mindfulness, biscuits! You’re in for a real treat this week, as Kevin sits down with his friend and CEO of LawCare, Elizabeth Rimmer. Though Elizabeth started her career in zoology, her international upbringing combined with a sense of justice led to a career change. As a solicitor, Elizabeth could stand up for people and give them a voice. She gives her insights into being a medical negligence solicitor and talks about why she questioned whether the legal system was designed to deliver the kind of justice that her clients really wanted. As CEO of LawCare, the charity that promotes and supports good mental health and well-being in the legal community, Elizabeth has does incredible work not only to raise awareness of these issues, but to tackle them. While originally focused on drinking culture at law firms, LawCare has evolved to work with lawyers on mindfulness and looking after their mental health as much as their physical health. Elizabeth is also a passionate advocate for ensuring that legal education includes education on looking after mental health. Finally, Elizabeth talks to Kevin about Fit for Law, a new initiative designed to promote emotionally healthier ways of working within law, as well as her desire to build an army of people who want to do something about improving mental health and wellbeing in the legal profession. Find out more at tr.com/TheHearing
Mental Health and Mindfulness with Elizabeth Rimmer (LawCare CEO)
The LittleLaw Podcast
In this episode, we're in Bath to speak with Elizabeth Rimmer, the CEO of mental health charity LawCare. Elizabeth talks about the mental health challenges that are present in the legal industry. We also discuss the struggles that students face and she gives her top tips on how to maintain a healthy approach to balancing your heavy work schedule. Let us know your thoughts about the episode or tell us what you want to hear next by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is the link for Fit for Law, a free online resource developed by LawCare, University of Sheffield and The Open University: https://www.lawcare.org.uk/get-involved/fit-for-law
LawCare, look after yourself: An interview with CEO Elizabeth Rimmer
Leigh Day: The Podcast
Listen to Regulatory & Disciplinary Associate, Emma Walker, speaking to LawCare’s Chief Executive, Elizabeth Rimmer, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2019. In this (1/2 hour) recording, Elizabeth and Emma talk about LawCare’s work promoting and supporting good mental health and well-being in the legal community, how members of the community can get support if they need it and they discuss some recent developments affecting the legal profession. Get in touch with LawCareWebsite: www.lawcare.org.ukTwitter: @LawCareLtd LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/lawcareFacebook: www.facebook.com/LawCareUseful resourcesDisciplinary Proceedings factsheet Look After Yourself – Top 10 Tips for Good Mental Health and Wellbeing Creating mentally healthy legal workplaces Real stories published on the LawCare website You can read more about proposals for a fitness to practise regime in Emma’s article published in the Law Society Gazette on 2 May 2019.
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