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The Business of Wellbeing Summit 2023

Event Type
Law Society Skillnet
Live online via Zoom webinar
CPD Hours
2.5 management and professional development skills (by eLearning)
Tuesday 3 October 2023 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
This item is not available to book online
Aims and Objectives 

Following on from the success of previous wellbeing summits we are pleased to announce another summit for 2023. 

This year the Summit will focus on building community and belonging in the legal profession. We will bring together expert speakers who will explore areas including: the role of leadership in building community and creating a more human legal profession where people can feel they belong and bring their true selves to work, peer support programmes, diversity and inclusion and access to justice.

Chairpersons, Speakers and panellists include:

  • Noeline Blackwell, Solicitor and CEO of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre
  • Maeve Delargy, OUTlaw Network, Solicitor Philip Lee Solicitors Dublin 
  • Peggy Hughes, disAbility Legal Network, Partner Mason Hayes & Curran Dublin
  • Gary Lee, Solicitor Office of the General Solicitor for Minors and Wards of Court
  • Sonia McEntee, Balint Facilitator, Member Law Society Professional Wellbeing Steering Group, Principal Sonia McEntee Solicitors Dublin and Cavan
  • Antoinette Moriarty, Psychotherapist, Head of Law Society Psychological Services
  • Michael Quinlan, Chair Law Society Professional Wellbeing Steering Group, Partner Dixon Quinlan Solicitors Dublin

More speakers are to be confirmed

The Business of Wellbeing Summit is a complimentary online Law Society Skillnet event designed in partnership with Law Society Psychological Services.

  • Unless otherwise indicated, our Zoom webinars and meetings are held live and are not recorded. If you miss the live webinar/meeting, you cannot play back the event. You also may not avail of your CPD hours for that event.
  • Attendance at live, online webinars and meetings is tracked and logged for CPD compliance purposes. This information will be shared with the Law Society CPD Scheme at their request.
  • Solicitors are required to complete 20 hours CPD this year of which 5 hours must be undertaken in person - See CPD Scheme
  • For full programme details please download the Brochure
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  • If you have technical or other queries, contact the Law Society Skillnet team on lawsocietyskillnet@lawsociety.ie
This item is not available to book online