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Paula Davis Laack is the Founder and CEO of the Stress & Resilience Institute, a training and consulting firm that partners with law firms, healthcare and other organizations to identify and address burnout and increase the well-being and stress resilience of their workplaces (stressandresilience.com). She regularly publishes e-books, blog posts, and e-courses for busy professionals to disseminate her STRONG strategies—STress Resilience ON the Go. Learn more at: www.pauladavislaack.com.

What Makes Lawyers Happy? It’s Not What You Think!

What Makes Lawyers Happy? It’s Not What You Think!

Happy lawyer—sounds like an oxymoron, right? I can’t think of many of my colleagues who I would classify as happy, or even mildly enthusiastic. More troubling, when I ask my lawyer audiences how many would pick this profession if they had to do it all over again, very few hands go up. The law is […]

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