Lawyers across Wales are invited to continue the conversation around financial wellbeing, to ensure this becomes as commonplace as mental and physical wellbeing in the workplace.
Brewin Dolphin, in collaboration with The Lawyer magazine, is extending its research launched last year to understand the link between personal finances and personal wellbeing of people working in the legal sector. The results were ‘staggering’.
To continue the conversation, and to understand the potential impact of Covid-19 on lawyers, Brewin Dolphin is asking Legal News Readers to spend 12 minutes completing this anonymous survey.
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To take the short, anonymised survey, please click here.
Catch up on our event: Wellbeing in Action
In November 2020, Legal News Wales was joined by a panel of senior lawyers, HR professionals, a financial advisor from Brewin Dolphin and wellbeing champions from the legal sector in Wales, for an online wellbeing debate.
- Luke Heydenrych, Chief of Staff, CJCH
- Dan Caunt, Group Head of Legal, Admiral Group Plc
- Mark Davies, Director, Goldstones Solicitors & Law Society Wales Committee member
- Dr Nerys Llewelyn Jones, Managing Partner, Agri Advisor LLP
- Sarah Hooper, HR Director, Capital Law
- Clare Good, LawCare Ambassador, Well Being Officer, Cardiff & District Law Society & Solicitor, Capital Law
- Greg Tait, Financial Planner, Brewin Dolphin
The panel was chaired by Emma Waddingham, Editor, Legal News Wales
Click here to watch the recording
Why financial wellbeing?
Financial wellbeing is something that impacts everyone and does not discriminate based on age or level of income.
Discussions around addressing mental and physical wellbeing are commonplace in many law firms but what about financial wellbeing?
To find out what is contributing to your peers’ financial stress download a copy of the Financial Wellbeing for Legal Professional report here.