February 14, 2023
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
For judges, clerks, bailiffs, court reporters, and the lawyers appearing on a case, the “office” is a courtroom. Spending day after day in a high-pressure setting with no privacy, no downtime, and often no lunch break, can become mentally, emotionally, and physically exhausting for everyone involved.
Prosecutors who spend much time in court know that everyone is affected by the courtroom-office lifestyle, which can include vicarious trauma, long hours, and physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion. But courtroom wellness is a team sport. This program will discuss best practices, policies, and procedures to promote and maintain workplace health and wellness for everyone involved in the criminal court process. From verdicts to vacations, time management, and calendar control, this program will explore effective ways to maintain health and sanity within nontraditional office space.
Learning Objective 1 – Discuss best practices, policies, and procedures to promote and maintain health and wellness for everyone in the courtroom.
Learning Objective 2 – From verdicts to vacations, this program will explore the best ways to achieve work-life balance.
Learning Objective 3 – Provide specific examples of how to convert the courtroom “office” into a comfortable workspace for sometimes weeks on end.
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Wendy L. Patrick, J.D., Ph.D.
Deputy District Attorney, Office of the San Diego County District Attorney, CA
Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.00 hour
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