The Massachusetts Bar Association thanks all MBA members who have participated so far in Well-Being Week in Law (WWIL), which runs from May 2-6. WWIL is an event created by the Institute for Well-Being in Law (IWIL) and sponsored by the American Bar Association Commission on Lawyer Assistance Program’s Well-Being Committee.
Throughout the week, the MBA has provided members with suggested well-being activities by way of daily emails, the last of which will be sent on Friday morning, May 6. In addition, WWIL has featured a May 3 opening session with keynote speaker Eilene Zimmerman, journalist, social worker and author; and virtual Community Well-Being Coffee Breaks on Monday and Wednesday.
You can still attend the closing session at noon on Friday, May 6, with remarks by Michael Curry, CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, on the Intersection of Mental Health and the BIPOC Community.