Tennessee CLE - Attorney Well-Being Courses

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  • Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?

    Modern technology has taken over our lives in ways we couldn’t have possibly anticipated. Smartphones have replaced colleagues, friends and family as our most constant companions. However, like many things, their contributions to our lives comes at a price including the risk of dependence, addiction and fear. Constantly online, we find ourselves connected, but alone. Even put to the side, our electronic devices are always running. This trend has had an especially deliberating impact on... More Info

    1.08Ethics Credits
  • Staying Safe and Sound: Maintaining a Realistic Work/Life Balance in Uncertain Times

    With messages about COVID-related issues still flooding your inbox, broadcast on tv and argued over on social media, you are at an increased likelihood for anxiety, stress, fear, and negative thoughts. Amongst the many concerns are concerns about being in crowds, whether to get another vaccine booster, fears about the health of your family and how you will manage the future in the “new normal”. Recent studies indicate a dramatic increase amongst those in the legal profession of impairm... More Info

    1.05Ethics Credits
  • The Humanity Of The Mediation Process

    In mediation, the goal is for the mediator, a third-party neutral to guide parties in dispute to a resolution, what’s known as a win-win. The process is meant to maintain the dignity and humanity of the parties and successful mediation comes to a mutually agreeable resolution without unnecessary conflict. Nevertheless, there are some traits that people apply to mediators who engage in this process. This CLE course, which has been divided into four distinct process categories, offers a... More Info

    1.3General Credits
  • Cultural Awareness, Tips, and Tools for Today's Legal Practitioner

    Understanding another’s culture, cultural influences and awareness are all characteristics for cultural awareness training. This CLE course will offer practical guides and strategies to develop cultural awareness including how to incorporate tools which facilitate understanding for productive negotiation, representation and conflict resolution. More Info

    2.18General Credits
  • Gambling: The "Secret" Addiction

    Alcoholism, drug addiction and mental health disorders are on the rise, leading to an increase in impairment in the legal profession. According to the statistics, 1 in 3 attorneys will need mental health services at some point in their careers. Yet there are other addictions, such as gambling, which is lesser known but can be just as damaging. The US Supreme Court Case of Murphy vs. NCAA upheld the legality of gambling across the country and in almost no time, Pennsylvania had on-line... More Info

    1.13General Credits
  • No One Makes It Out Unscathed: The Effects of Trauma, Stress and Burnout On Our Lives

    Stress is a component of any attorneys’ day to day life. And ignoring it won’t make it go away. Shrug it off and the results can be catastrophic for you, your family and your business. Trauma, less discussed but not rarer, also requires immediate attention. Whether it is a direct trauma such as a personal loss or one being experienced vicariously, untreated trauma can have untold consequences. This CLE course will address issues of stress and trauma, particularly in the wake of COVID-19... More Info

    1.03General Credits
  • Coronavirus and Your Mental Health: A Lawyer’s Guide to Coping with Isolation, Anxiety and Fear in Uncertain Times

    Messages about COVID-19 seem almost as prevalent as the virus itself. They are bombarding us through all forms of media as well as in conversations with family and friends. In such stressful times, it is that much easier for stress, fear and negative thinking to take over. Whether you are afraid of the virus itself or simply of being exposed and then quarantined, the isolation these circumstances create can have a dramatic effect on one's well-being. This can easily spiral into alcoholism, add... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
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