Presentations, CLEs, Conferences

Join experienced yoga teacher and lawyer, Carrie DeJesus, for a 4-week yoga series at the New Jersey Law Center. Specifically created for lawyers and legal professionals, this series will focus on how the practice of yoga can help support those practicing law by cultivating centeredness in body, mind and spirit. The series will include exploration of the different limbs of yoga, including postures, breath work and meditation, to allow for a well-rounded and complete practice.

Appropriate for all body types

and levels of experience.

Please dress in comfortable clothes

and bring a yoga mat.

 

When: Tuesdays evenings in June (6/4, 6/11, 6/18, 6/15)

Time: 6:30pm - 7:45pm

Where: New Jersey Law Center, One Constitution Square, New Brunswick

Cost: $35 for the series; $10 for drop in

 

Register & Pay

(link coming soon)



 

If you are attending

the NJSBA Annual Meeting on May 15-17, don't forget to stop by the Wellness Lounge to rest and recharge, and stop by NJLAP's booth for some cool giveaways.

Lawyer Well Being and Its Effect on Professionalism and Ethics

Since 2016, over 1000 New Jersey attorneys have learned how to manage stress and proactively care for their mental wellness at this helpful seminar from NJLAP. If you did not previously attend, make time for yourself this year. You and your practice will benefit from our distinguished faculty's practical insights on how to better balance your life and lawyering, and you will fully satisfy your New Jersey MCLE ethics requirement as well! Click the link above to check for 2019 dates.


A Lawyer's Guide to Dealing With Difficut Clients

Simple strategies make a big difference.

Conflict is a part of life, and lawyers must learn how to handle people who seemingly thrive on making life difficult for others. Understanding what drives difficult people and how to best react to outbursts, threats, and intimidation is an essential skill for every lawyer. In many cases, it can mean the difference between success and failure - and your satisfaction or disenchantment with the legal profession.Click the link abovecheck for 2019 dates.