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Published: 13th March 2020

Paddle and Cocks Article in Law Society Gazette

‘Bringing Your Whole Self to Work’ is a wellbeing article on Mental Health within the law sector in The Law Society Gazette, written by Penny Paddle and Verona Cocks, Co-Managing Directors of Paddle and Cocks LLP Solicitors.

With almost half of lawyers currently suffering from some form of mental health issue, (according to the Junior Lawyers Division Resilience and Wellbeing Survey Report 2019) law firms are finally starting to pick up rhetoric about lawyers needing to bring their whole selves to work. Not only is this essential for the wellbeing of the individual but, in truth, it is pivotal to the success and wellbeing of the business.

You can read the whole article here.

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