Faculty of Law Twilight Seminar Series - 'Health, happiness and law: Proactive, individual responsibility for lawyers'

Lawyer-turned-author Jerome Doraisamy

Everybody is welcome to attend the forthcoming Twilight Seminar in the Faculty of Law. This seminar has been arranged in partnership with the Somerset Storyfest where Jerome will be speaking. This will have broad appeal to not only law students and lawyers, but all professionals who value their wellbeing.

Abstract

The modern legal marketplace is a rapidly evolving beast, and together with already-existing social, emotional and environmental pressures faced by legal professionals, effective management of one’s health and wellbeing is of fundamental importance. In this session, lawyer-turned-author Jerome Doraisamy will discuss how the lawyers of tomorrow can best ensure optimal levels of wellness – not just for their own health and happiness, but also their productivity and success as well. Delving into personal experience and practical solutions and strategies, this session will highlight the necessity of proactive, individual responsibility in order to be the best version of one’s self in the legal profession.

About the Speaker

Jerome Doraisamy is a lawyer and writer from Sydney, NSW. He left legal practice in 2015 to publish his first book, The Wellness Doctrines for Law Students and Young Lawyers, which peaked at #2 on iTunes and has been sold, in both paperback and eBook form, on all six continents. He currently works as a journalist for Lawyers Weekly, and is an adjunct law lecturer at the University of Western Australia. In his spare time, Jerome is an avid reader, podcast listener, cake baker and F45 convert, and also plays indoor soccer and mixed netball every week.

CPD Points: This one-hour seminar may attract CPD points.