Finding a Better Balance between Work and the Rest of Your Life (Recording) 

Mar. 29, 2022

Solution Series - Spring 2022

Finding a Better Balance between Work and the Rest of Your Life (Recording)

Originally presented live on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 | 12:00 pm–1:30 pm ET
Registration Fees


12:00 pm–1:30 pm

Finding a Better Balance between Work and the Rest of Your Life

With more and more lawyers working from home, the lines between work and personal time are continuing to blur resulting in increasing levels of burnout, stress, anxiety, depression and career dissatisfaction. Work-life balance is not a luxury for lawyers. You must maintain your well-being to be able to effectively serve your clients.

How can lawyers and their firms provide an ability to switch off and to maintain a healthy work-life balance alongside productive and fulfilling careers? Join our expert panel for a timely discussion of new solutions to this persistent problem, including:

  • Maintaining productivity while setting boundaries: what policies are working? What do the new right to disconnect laws mean, practically, for lawyers?
  • Juggling and surviving care giving with working from home: strategies for managing in a pandemic with school closures and looming stay at home orders
  • Clarifying your own focus: Personal and professional goal setting to help you prioritize your time
  • Creating innovative business models and alternative work schedules to build a schedule that works for you
  • Working with your organization to support flexible, hybrid work arrangements
  • Making hard decisions: what factors do you need to consider to determine if it is time to create a new path?



Aman Costigan, Founder, Beyond Yoga for Lawyers & Partner, Shores Jardine LLP
Sara Forte, Employment & Labour Lawyer, Forte Workplace Law
Kara Hardin, Principal, Kara Hardin Mental Health Consulting
Dave Namkung, Partner, Smith Legal Search
Kenneth J. Warren, Q.C., Partner, Gowling WLG


Erin H. Durant, Lawyer/Founder, Durant Barristers



Can’t make the session? No problem!
Register today and receive the on-demand recording following the webcast.

Registration Fees

CBA Members: $75
CBA Young Lawyer Members (<5 years): $50
CBA Student Members: $15
Non-Members: $175
Government: $115
Plus applicable taxes


Group Rates For Firms / Organizations

5 – 9 registrants = 10% discount
10 – 19 registrants = 15% discount
20+ = 20% discount
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