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Due Oct. 1st! Proposals for IWIL 2022 Virtual Conference: Redesigning the Legal Profession for a Better Future

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The Institute for Well-Being in Law’s 2022 Conference will be held online from January 19 – 21.

 

Focused on how the legal profession can better support individual and organizational thriving, IWIL’s 2022 conference will share new ideas and practical strategies, aiming to be more of an “Innovation Lab” than a typical conference experience. The conference is divided into three tracks for different audience types, with one per day across the 3-day virtual event.

  • Track 1: Individual Practitioners on Jan. 19 – For individuals and teams in the legal profession, from those in solo practice to large law firms, as well as those working for other type of legal employer.
  • Track 2: Well-Being Coordinators on Jan. 20 – Primarily for professionals working for legal employers that are building workplace well-being programs.
  • Track 3: Change-Makers on Jan. 21 – For stakeholder groups holding influential positions with the ability to take action capable of c”catalyzing large-scale transformational change”, e.g. judges, and leaders of regulators, law schools, law firms, lawyer assistance programs and bar associations.

 

Submission Deadline

Proposals are due Friday, October 1, 2021. Find details on the full RFP along with the link to submit here. As described on the RFP, IWIL is seeking “creative formats, thoughtful use of technology, and audience engagement. The proposed format of your session will be a key factor in our review and evaluation process.” Additional deadlines to be aware of include: (1) If seeking CLE approval, a 3-page detailed outline due Dec. 8, 2021 and (2) All program materials and slides due Jan. 7, 2022. All potential presenters will be contacted by the end of October, and all who make submissions will be contacted with the status when all submissions have been reviewed.

 

 

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