Wellbeing in Law – Promoting Mental Health for Students and Professionals
|Dates:||31 October 2023|
|Times:||13:30 - 16:30|
|What is it:||Talk|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|How much:||Free - no need to book|
|Who is it for:||University staff, External researchers, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public, Post 16|
|Speaker:||Fintan Walker, Sinead Farry|
In collaboration with the University of Manchester’s Justice Hub, the University of Salford’s SILKS Law Clinic, Salford City Council and two law firms: Ward Hadaway and Fieldfisher, this event seeks to provide positive help and guidance on mental health and wellbeing. The event is an opportunity for students and professionals to meet and share practical tips on sustaining and encouraging positive mental health and wellbeing.
There will be:
A 45-minute panel discussion on the topic, by academics and lawyers, focusing on the work being done to promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
Two 10-minute presentations by University of Manchester and University of Salford students, highlighting how they have been helped by the work of the respective universities.
A 30-minute Q&A with Salford City Council, Ward Hadaway and Fieldfisher about the specific causes of poor mental health in the legal sector and the practical ways in which they are supporting their staff.
Towards the end of the event there will be designated time for attendees to share their experience and best practice with the organisers and external partners. Refreshments will be served during this time.
Turn up on the day, no need to book in advance.
Price: Free - no need to book
Organisation: University of Manchester
Organisation: University of Salford
Travel and Contact Information
The Old Fire Station
Albert Bentley Place