Post written by Gillian Higgins
In April last year, the Bar Council published a report on wellbeing at the Bar. The aim of the research conducted by the Bar Council in liaison with Positive, a specialist consultancy focusing on psychological resilience, was to identify interventions to support practising barristers’ wellbeing. The report contains a fascinating analysis of the stress impact of the way barristers work, the expectations they place upon themselves and the insecurities they face in both private and employed practice.
To read a copy of the report, please click here: http://www.barcouncil.org.uk/media/348371/wellbeing_at_the_bar_report_april_2015__final_.pdf
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