This carefully selected group of international and local speakers are passionate about the people, process & technical innovations that are transforming the way that law firms and in-house legal teams operate. 

New Speakers to be Announced Weekly!

Christina Blacklaws MA (Oxon) Chair of LawtechUK Panel CEO of Blacklaws Consulting (UK)
Wellington Chimwaradze General Counsel, Africa Unilever
Ashlin Perumall Partner Baker McKenzie Inc.
Uraysha Ramracheya Legal Manager / Senior Lawyer Herbert Smith Freehills
Lauren Salt Executive - Employment Law Department ENSafrica
Tommaso Ricci Privacy & AI Lawyer - LegalTech Ambassador DLA Piper (ITA)
Azhar Aziz Ismail Faculty Member The Legal Technology & Innovation Institute
Maryke Richards Senior Legal Counsel Takealot Group
Rico Burnett Global Director of Innovation - Mind Factory Exigent Limited
Fiona Rollason Group Head Legal Alexforbes
Tessa Manuello Founder & CEO Legal Creatives (BRA)
Leah Molatseli Head of Business Development Legal Interact
Gareth Shepperson Senior Associate Pretoria Attorneys Association and Stegmanns Incorporated
Elizabeth de Stadler Big Giant Head/Global Head of Morale Novation Consulting (Pty) Ltd
Byran Barkley Legal Alchemist | Technology Solutionist | Integrity Advocate Co-Operative Computing
Frieda Levycky (LL.B, Dip. LP, ICF accredited (PCC), WPCC) Lawyer, Coach & Trainer, Braving Boundaries
Christina Blacklaws MA (Oxon) Chair of LawtechUK Panel CEO of Blacklaws Consulting (UK)
Wellington Chimwaradze General Counsel, Africa Unilever
Ashlin Perumall Partner Baker McKenzie Inc.
Uraysha Ramracheya Legal Manager / Senior Lawyer Herbert Smith Freehills
Lauren Salt Executive - Employment Law Department ENSafrica
Tommaso Ricci Privacy & AI Lawyer - LegalTech Ambassador DLA Piper (ITA)
Azhar Aziz Ismail Faculty Member The Legal Technology & Innovation Institute
Maryke Richards Senior Legal Counsel Takealot Group
Rico Burnett Global Director of Innovation - Mind Factory Exigent Limited
Fiona Rollason Group Head Legal Alexforbes
Tessa Manuello Founder & CEO Legal Creatives (BRA)
Leah Molatseli Head of Business Development Legal Interact
Gareth Shepperson Senior Associate Pretoria Attorneys Association and Stegmanns Incorporated
Elizabeth de Stadler Big Giant Head/Global Head of Morale Novation Consulting (Pty) Ltd
Byran Barkley Legal Alchemist | Technology Solutionist | Integrity Advocate Co-Operative Computing
Frieda Levycky (LL.B, Dip. LP, ICF accredited (PCC), WPCC) Lawyer, Coach & Trainer, Braving Boundaries

Lawtech- What's Happening in the UK and What This Means for You!

In this session, you will find out about what is happening in the UK in relation to all things lawtech. We'll cover the drivers and obstacles for adoption, the benefits and there will be a range of case studies including what UK law firms are doing around generative AI.

Key Takeaways:
1. the relevant developments in the UK
2. an understanding of the challenges to adoption
3. how to overcome these challenges and start on your lawtech journey.

A Practical Workshop to Help You Build Your Lawtech Road Map

In this 'hands on' workshop, speaker will be explaining how to develop a lawtech strategy that will complement your current business strategy. We will take a practical approach and give you the tools you need to build your own road map.

Key takeaways:

  1. Discover what is a lawtech strategy.
  2. Utilize a template to design your own strategy.
  3. Go through a series of steps to build your road map.

A look into the Crystal Ball - Shaping Your Legal Career & Staying Ahead in the 21st Century

  • Defining the current & future talent environment
  • What does career development and progression look like for today and tomorrow's lawyer?
  • How do you attract the right talent and how do you develop and retain it in a fast paced and competitive labour environment?
  • Will technology take away lawyers' jobs? How do you leverage technology before it leverages you out?
  • Technology use cases in the legal profession
  • Future-fitting and upskilling - how and why is this important?


Key Take-Aways;

  1. Talent environment is intensely competitive and development needs are individual and specific.
  2. Technology will leverage you out if you do not leverage it.
  3. Curiosity is central to staying ahead of the curve.

Game Changers - Will Generative AI Unlock the Potential of AI in Law?

This talk addresses the question of practical implementation of AI in the legal field, and how the advancements in new AI models, such as generative AI, solve many of the problems faced in earlier use-cases of AI for lawyers, by demonstrating how technical leaps in language processing are particularly useful for the growing complexity in the legal field. However, this talk will also address where the hype around generative AI creates new issues for their use in the legal field, and why responsible governance frameworks for their use is needed before deploying AI in law firms and in-house.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Why the recent developments in AI are a huge leap forward for AI in law
  2. This risks around the use of AI in law
  3. The need for responsible governance frameworks for the use of AI by lawyers

Do We Treat Our Employees like Robots? Expectations of a Generationally-Shifted Workforce

The session will delve into the impact of Gen Y and Gen Z on the Workforce, and explore the hurdles that many companies are facing when confronted with a multi-generational employee base. Being dubbed the 'TikTok Generation', the newest members to the workforce display mindsets and expectations that are vastly different to previous generations. They are motivated by different goals, chase different rewards, want different role models and will not settle for 'what has always worked'.

With four generations co-mingling in the workplace, and some law firms demanding a full return to the office, more conflicts are arising in law firms and legal teams.

The discussion will draw upon first-hand experience of social media influencing and working in a law firm environment, and will delve into important emerging principles such as mental health, triggers and workplace anxiety, and offer practical suggestions on how we can better our workplaces, retain and motivate a different generation of employees and innovate our processes, while not compromising on the high standard of work that clients expect.

Key Takeaways;

  1. How to manage and maintain a multi-generational workforce.
  2. Preferred communication styles and touch points for the new generation.
  3. The need for digital tools to revolutionize traditional ways of working.

Mischief in the Metaverse: Managing Menacing Avatars in the Virtual Workplace

The metaverse is no longer something of the future. It is here and already delivering benefits like lower costs, faster time to market, and a greater sense of inclusion. However, when transitioning to a fully immersive virtual workplace, there are a number of novel challenges that employers will face in relation to their new parallel workforce. This session will focus on misconduct-related challenges in the metaverse.

In a world where your employees have avatars, there is increased opportunity for misbehaviour. Research shows that when individuals create avatars of themselves, they will either extend their personal (real) identity or construct a separate, virtual identity apart from their real-life self. The level of the owner’s identification with the avatar is often associated where the avatar sits on this scale. Research suggests that where the owner of the avatar does not identify with the persona they have created, they may potentially be more willing to, through their avatar, conduct themselves in a manner which they would not, ordinarily. In this context, employees may feel emboldened to sexually harass co-workers, urinate in the office pot plants or turn up to the workplace in inappropriate attire (or no attire at all). The realms of possibility are endless.

Most employment laws, policies and practices are geared towards life in the real world, not in the virtual world. Questions arise as to, if the misconduct happened in the virtual world, whether it happened at all? Whether an employee can be found guilty of sexual harassment if the victim is an avatar? Whether, if a virtual object is stolen, damaged or soiled, an employee be held liable for any loss and whether an act such as virtual theft serves to breakdown the trust relationship between the real life employee and their employer? We will discuss these questions and more during the course of session.

Employer's will need to pivot when it comes to managing employees in the virtual workplace. They will need to

Key takeaways:

  1. Spend time understanding the new virtual workplace and the potential challenges it may present.
  2. Review policies and procedures and ensure that they are fit for purpose; and
  3. Re-train employees and managers on what is and is not acceptable conduct in the virtual workplace.

Finding insAIde Value: Strategies for Successfully Implementing Legal Tech

In today's tech-driven legal landscape, legal teams are under increasing pressure to demonstrate the value of their LegalTech investments.

This session outlines the strategies to optimize LegalTech evaluation and boost adoption - avoiding wasted resources and stalled innovation.

Attendees will learn a three-step strategic model to properly identify needs, vet solutions, and drive ROI.

Walk away with best practices for discerning technology fit, gaining buy-in, and sustainable implementation. Whether upgrading or piloting new tools, get proven tactics to leverage LegalTech potential while mitigating risks.

Don't miss this practical deep dive into evaluation failures and triumphs. Learn from real world examples to future-proof your legal team's innovative capabilities.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Thorough evaluation and assessment are crucial when implementing LegalTech solutions. It is important to identify and assess the specific pain points and use cases within the organization, considering workflow optimization, risk mitigation, and collaboration and communication needs.
  2. Evaluating providers and solutions requires market research, due diligence, and consideration of customizability, scalability, and integration capabilities. It is essential to explore available options, examine the track record and reliability of providers, and ensure that the selected solution can be tailored to the organization's needs and seamlessly integrated with existing systems.
  3. Fostering internal adoption is critical for successful implementation and ROI. This involves providing comprehensive training and ongoing support to the in-house legal team, addressing resistance to change, and showcasing the benefits and success of the LegalTech solution through key performance indicators (KPIs) and success stories.

Unlocking Legal Scalability: The AI-Driven Productization Revolution

In an era marked by rapid technological advancements and shifting client expectations, the legal sector faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities. This speech will delve into the concept of "Legal Services Productization," a transformative approach that leverages technology to standardize and scale legal services without compromising the quality of client relationships. With the advent of advanced AI technologies, the legal field is ready for productization, offering opportunities to scale services, streamline processes, and enhance work-life balance. Drawing from real-world examples, we will explore how productization can address issues such as market saturation, declining profitability, and excessive bureaucratization. We will also discuss the ethical and operational limitations to consider when transitioning from traditional service models to product-based offerings. However, the transition to a product-based model is not without its challenges. This presentation will offer practical tips and insights, including leveraging AI, to navigate the ethical and operational complexities involved. Attendees will leave equipped with the knowledge and tools to innovate responsibly in the legal tech space.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Understanding Productization in Legal Services: Learn what productization means in the context of legal services and how it can help law firms and legal professionals achieve economies of scale, streamline processes, and meet client expectations more effectively.
  2. Staying Competitive in a Changing Landscape: Understand why embracing productization is crucial for law firms to remain competitive in a market increasingly influenced by legal tech startups, consulting firms, and alternative legal service providers.
  3. Ethical and Operational Considerations: Gain insights into the ethical and operational challenges that come with the productization of legal services, including issues related to professional liability and traditional fee models.

Revolutionising the Client Experience with Chatbots and How Does Generative AI Fit Into the Picture

The session will introduce the innovative use of chatbots in the legal space, canvassing use for internal use and external use, all of which will revolutionise your client experience. While exploring the use cases of chatbots and how they can be used to uplift your client experience, the discussion will take a segway into a hot and controversial topic at the moment, generative AI chatbots, with the use of generative AI in chatbots and risks of generative AI being canvassed

Key Takeaways: -

  1. How to transform your legal business from solely being a service-based business, to a service and product-based business
  2. Using chatbots internally and externally to uplift your client experience
  3. Risks and considerations of generative Ai in chatbots (and law in general)

TRYalot: Moving Takealot from Paper to Digital Without the Experts

In this session we plan to delve into a practical case study and explore the key insights, successes, mistakes, and lessons learned during the 18-24 month journey of implementing contract automation software by a group of passionate and innovative lawyers who have no experience in systems implementation, project management, or technical expertise, but a desire to fundamentally change and improve the delivery of legal services to the Takealot Group.

  1. Identifying the need for automation: The first crucial step was to recognize the need for automation. The team of lawyers identified pain points and inefficiencies in the contract drafting and management processes. They faced challenges such as manual drafting, version control issues, delays in approvals, and difficulty tracking contract lifecycles.
  2. Gathering requirements: The lawyers, without technical expertise, worked closely with various stakeholders, including contract managers and business representatives from each group company. By gathering comprehensive requirements from different teams and understanding their unique workflows, they were able to identify areas for improvement and develop tailored solutions.\
  3. Selecting the right software: How to identify and select suitable contract automation software that will best serve the unique demands of your organization? We considered factors such as user-friendliness, integration capabilities, scalability, security, and cost-effectiveness.
  4. Customizing solutions for stakeholders: To achieve standardized ways of working across group companies, while still catering to each team's specific needs, the lawyers had to ensure that the contract automation software was flexible and customizable. This involved creating templates, workflows, and approval processes that accommodated the unique requirements of each workstream while adhering to overall company policies.
  5. Pilot implementation: Before rolling out the software group-wide, pilot implementation was conducted with smaller groups of users to test the solution's effectiveness, identify any potential issues, and refine the system based on user feedback.
  6. Change management and user adoption: One of the most significant challenges was navigating change management and encouraging user adoption. The team conducted training sessions, workshops, and created user-friendly documentation to help users understand the benefits of the new system and ease their transition from manual processes.
  7. Stakeholder management: Along the journey, the lawyers had to manage expectations and address concerns from various stakeholders. Clear communication and regular updates were essential to keep everyone involved and informed.
  8. Iterative improvements: The implementation process was not smooth sailing. The team had to continuously gather feedback and make iterative improvements to the system to enhance its functionality and address any issues that arose.
  9. Scaling up: Once the contract automation software proved successful within the pilot groups, the lawyers scaled it up to other teams and group companies within the Takealot Group.
  10. Data security and compliance: Given the legal nature of the work, data security and compliance were of utmost importance. The team ensured that the software and associated processes met all necessary security and regulatory requirements.
  11. Learning from mistakes: Throughout the implementation journey, the lawyers encountered many challenges and made mistakes. It was crucial to learn from those experiences and adapt our approach accordingly.


By navigating these key areas effectively, this group of passionate and innovative lawyers achieved successful contract automation across multiple companies and teams, streamlining the delivery of legal services to the Takealot Group. Our experience serves as a valuable case study for other legal teams looking to embark on a similar journey of digital transformation and process improvement.

Key takeaways:

  1. Where to start and how to identify opportunities to improve workflows and processes in your organisation.
  2. How to create and implement bespoke solutions for each stakeholder and still achieve standardized ways of working across multiple group companies.
  3. How to navigate change management, user adoption, and stakeholder management.

Have You Ever Seen the Rain? How Data Visualisation and Analysis Can Help you Master (and Monetize) the Rising Tide of Legal Data

Legal Data is rushing in. It's flooding email inboxes, pooling in legal departments, drenching cloud servers and showering harddrives. What we NEED are plumbers, engineers and meteorologists. What we HAVE are lawyers! In this interactive session, Rico will share insight into how legal teams and law departments can use data analytics and visualisation to manage, leverage and monetize the potential hidden in legal data. He will bring to life how to (and not to) build analytics platforms, what the future technology landscape looks like in legal data visualisation, and where to start on your own journey with legal data. We cannot avoid the rain, but we can buy (or build) a big enough umbrella!

Key Takeaways;

  1. In a data obsessed world, the powerful combination of technology, consulting and legal services, can provide questions and answers that drive results well beyond legal.
  2. Monetize the potential hidden in legal data.
  3. Optimize legal operations by leveraging data and making informed decisions.

Sustainability - for Individuals, Teams, Businesses and Clients

I will cover how sustainability fits into every aspect of our work as lawyers. Leaders and advisors.

Ensuring individuals are future fit and resilient, from technical, competency and mental resilience perspectives. Unpacking specific concerns and barriers that may face legal teams and how we support them through those challenges to be better versions of themselves. Unpacking the impact of remote work and mistakes made along the way (lessons learnt). How do you encourage older generation employees to adapt to change.

Encouraging our teams to innovate and adapt to a new paperless world of remote working and a deluge of changes that means old ways of working just won’t cut it. What training and tools help teams to embed continuous improvement into their ways of work and processes. How diversity can help this process of keeping ahead of the multitude of stresses and changes impacting our lives.

For business, there are new areas of law and regulation that legal teams need to grapple with and partner with business in providing solutions. New focus areas include ESG and AI – how do we advise on those – when they don’t fit the mould of ‘traditional” legislative changes.

Harnessing all of our learnings to support business in crafting sustainable products and solutions for clients, to ensure that they too are future fit. How do we equip ourselves to remain relevant to what clients need.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Ideas on how help a multi generational and disciplinary team to be sustainable and future fit.
  2. How to adapt your support to business and clients to be sustainable.
  3. And how sustainability is a knowledge skill that legal teams need to embrace

Unleashing Your Creativity and Legal Innovation Superpowers

Join us for this hands-on workshop, where we'll dive deep into the world of legal innovation! Get ready for a hands-on experience: From brainstorming techniques to visual creativity, get ready to unlock your innovation superpowers!  In this interactive workshop, we'll explore cutting-edge innovation techniques and empower you to think creatively on your feet, even if you are not the creative type! 

3 Benefits of the Workshop:

1. Amplify Your Legal Creativity: This workshop is your gateway to unlocking and amplifying your creative abilities within the legal sphere. Through interactive activities like brainstorming, visual creativity exercises, and improvisation games you'll harness your innate creativity and explore its application in legal.

2. Catalyze Legal Innovation in Your Organization: This workshop is a dynamic catalyst for fostering innovation in the legal arena. You'll emerge from the workshop equipped with the tools to ideate, develop, and implement innovative legal solutions. This innovation-oriented mindset positions you as a trailblazer in the legal profession.

3. Foster Teamwork and Collaboration in Legal: This workshop isn't just about individual growth; it's a platform where you'll experience the incredible benefits of teamwork and collaboration. By collaborating with like-minded legal professionals, you'll tap into a wealth of collective knowledge and diverse perspectives. This collaborative environment not only enriches your learning but also equips you with the skills to foster a culture of innovation and teamwork within your legal team or organization. 

By delving into creativity for legal innovation, this workshop offers a holistic approach to unlocking one's creative potential and leveraging it to drive positive change in the legal industry. It's an invaluable opportunity to discover how creativity can be a driving force in achieving innovative solutions, fostering collaboration, and staying ahead of the curve in an ever-evolving world.

Unleashing the Power of Legal Design Innovation: A Repeatable and Proven Process for (re)designing Legal Information, Workflows and Services

Get ready to embark on an exciting journey through the world of design for legal! In this Keynote, Tessa will unveil the secrets behind creating a cutting-edge legal practice that truly delights clients. With actionable strategies and real-life examples, you'll be equipped to deliver unmatched value to your customers. Whether you're drafting a contract, preparing a legal training, or looking for ways to integrate new technologies into legal workflows, join Tessa and get ready to be inspired and hands-on - this is a keynote you absolutely cannot afford to miss! You will discover how to enhance legal information and services while at the same time how to improve your digital readiness, all with a user-centric lens!

Key Take-Aways;

  1. Gain insights into the world of design for legal practices, discovering the secrets to creating a cutting-edge legal experience that delights clients.
  2. Actionable Strategies and Real-life Examples: Learn practical techniques and see real-life examples to deliver unmatched value to your customers, whether it's drafting contracts, conducting legal training, or integrating new technologies into workflows.
  3. Embrace User-Centricity and Digital Readiness: Explore how a user-centric lens can enhance legal information and services while also improving your digital readiness, ensuring you stay ahead in the ever-evolving legal landscape.

Redefining Change Management: A Case Study in AI-Powered Contract Management Transformation

Are you struggling to effectively manage contracts and engage stakeholders in this ever-changing business landscape? Join us for an eye-opening session where we delve into a real-world case study featuring one of our clients who has successfully navigated these challenges.

In this transformational journey, we'll explore how our client overcame resistance to change, streamlined internal processes, and brought diverse stakeholders into alignment. We'll discuss the strategies employed to win executive buy-in and engage frontline staff, creating a holistic culture of continuous improvement. You'll discover how the adoption of our Contract Corridor not only reduced operational inefficiencies but also provided actionable insights through its AI-powered analytics, leading to data-driven decisions.

This isn't just another 'tech talk.' We aim to give you a playbook for change management, stakeholder engagement, and practical adoption. From selecting the right champions within your organization to crafting a persuasive narrative that gets everyone on board, this session is packed with actionable takeaways that you can implement immediately.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain insights into leveraging AI for CLM and master the art of stakeholder management. Turn your contract chaos into a strategic advantage—come discover the future of contract management!

Key Takeaways;

  1. Mastering the Art of Change Management: Learn effective strategies for managing change within your organization, from securing executive buy-in to fostering a culture of continuous improvement. You'll leave with a roadmap to successfully implement new technologies like AI-driven Contract Lifecycle Management solutions.
  2. Stakeholder Engagement Made Simple: Discover actionable steps for aligning disparate stakeholder groups around your tech initiatives. We’ll share tips on identifying and empowering internal champions, and how to use analytics and data-driven storytelling to build consensus.
  3. Turning Tech Adoption into a Strategic Advantage: Understand how to leverage the AI capabilities of Contract Corridor to streamline your contract management processes and make informed, data-driven decisions. This isn’t just about tech—it's about transforming contracts from a liability into a strategic asset.

Technology in the Promotion of Access to Justice for all

The vast majority of Legal Practitioners in South Africa and their Clients do not have access to readily available technology and are therefore excluded from fully accessing justice. What is the current situation "at the coal face" of South African Law and how can technology change this?

When we consider the arrival of Caselines and Court Online in the litigation space and EDRS in Conveyancing, the divide in access to justice and access to legal work for attorneys is only likely to grow, unless the tech can “trickle down”. This is even before we consider the impact of Wi-Fi access, Loadshedding, AI and Blockchain.

Key Take-Aways;

  1. The advance of technology is likely to create and even greater disparity between the "haves" and the have nots"
  2. Technology can also assist in closing this divide.
  3. How to we leverage technology to create greater access to justice for everyone?

The Humorous Lawyer: Why it's Okay to be Funny About Serious Things

Lawyers are not exactly known for being fun(ny). In this stand-up comedy session Elizabeth will talk about why that should change and how to do it! Humour has many benefits for both lawyers and clients. It helps us remember things better, it builds trust, it makes us more creative and helps us cope with difficult things. But most of all, as John Cleese said 'Laughter connects you with other people. It's almost impossible to maintain any kind of distance or any sense of social hierarchy when you're just howling with laughter.'

Key Takeaways;

  1. Elizabeth is fucking funny.
  2. Lawyers are very unhappy, but it doesn't have to be that way.
  3. We all have an inner Humorous Lawyer

Transforming Legal Management on a Budget with Microsoft Teams

In the swiftly evolving legal sector, organizations are on the hunt for all-in-one solutions that can tackle a myriad of needs—such as document and contract management, workflow processes, analytics, task distribution, approval mechanisms, and unified updates. Often, the stumbling block is the cost associated with premium enterprise-grade solutions. Enter Microsoft Teams, a budget-friendly alternative that doesn't compromise on capabilities. For a practical demonstration of how this transformation can be achieved, don't miss my track at the upcoming Legal Tech Fest Conference.

Microsoft Teams is far more than just an online meetings platform. It is a highly adaptable workspace that can be configured out of the box to serve as your complete legal management ecosystem. Through its intuitive integration with Microsoft 365, Teams enables streamlined and secure document and contract management, facilitating compliance with legal norms. Whether you're drafting new contracts or steering them through the approval process, everything can be orchestrated from one centralized hub.

What makes Teams especially appealing for legal teams is its innate capacity for workflow streamlining. By incorporating Microsoft Teams, you can effortlessly set up customized workflows, task lists, and approval queues. The platform also offers robust reporting functions, delivering analytics that empower you to monitor your legal operations in real-time. User-friendly navigation, real-time team updates, and the centralized information help minimize errors while enhancing productivity. Moreover, the search and sharing of files, both internally and externally, is made effortless and secure, reinforcing your data governance policies. Integration to other legal productivity applications is also possible and allow for more streamlined efficiencies.

In a nutshell, Microsoft Teams provides an economical yet robust legal management solution that rivals premium enterprise systems. Tailor it to the unique requirements of your firm, big or small, without incurring extravagant expenses.

Key Takeaways:

  1. How to optimize a legal team on existing Microsoft technology - Microsoft Teams
  2. How use out-of-the-box existing features in Microsoft Teams that can assist your legal team right now.
  3. Comparing Microsoft Teams features to Enterprise applications.

No Time to Lose: Self-Care for Busy Lawyers

As lawyers, we constantly give, nurture and put our clients and our jobs before ourselves. Despite knowing the importance of self-care and work-life balance, making ourselves a priority is hard. Societal pressures and personal beliefs encourage us to believe that our needs are less important.

It’s NOT true.

If we want to continue being productive and successful in our careers, we actually do need to learn how to take care of ourselves properly. And yes, we do have the time!

Join me for a short, practical talk to:

- understand what self-care means for you;
- identify what is preventing you from making yourself a priority (you’ll be surprised!); and
- discover how you can accommodate self-care into your life without it damaging your career.

Key Takeaways;

  1. learn how to reframe self-care as a professional priority
  2. identify personal barriers to self-care
  3. learn practical strategies for balancing self-care and your legal career