Demanding better wellness practices post-pandemic

By Tasha Levy|05 June 2020
Courtney Bowie

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, the principal and founder of Her Lawyer, Courtney Bowie, unpacks the impacts of the global pandemic on the health and wellbeing of legal practitioners.

The recent winner of the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 award for Wellness Advocate of the Year joins host Jerome Doraisamy to share how her personal struggles with mental health led to her advocacy work for the health and wellbeing of lawyers.


Courtney outlines how firms can look after their employees under remote working conditions, how young lawyers can advocate for themselves and their colleagues in this time, and her level of optimism for the legal profession in a post-pandemic world.


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