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Handbook on stress management for lawyers

Ellen I. Carni

Handbook on stress management for lawyers

by Ellen I. Carni

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Published by New York State Bar Association in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwritten by Ellen I. Carni ; in conjuction with The Law Office Economics and Mnagement , Department of the New York State Bar Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. ;
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL882228M
LC Control Number95170170

The Handbook is designed to be your companion and adviser throughout your journey to becoming a solicitor or barrister. Among other things, it will help you to learn more about: what lawyers do and the different types of law they practise; the different types of organisation involved in law; the path to becoming a lawyer; and about yourself, what you have to offer and how to. The book contains all the exercises you need in order to help you identify the areas that are stressful in your life and teaches readers to analyse Stress Management Workbook. by Rachel Henderson Handbook for the iCare educational program for helping caregivers of individuals with dementia or memory loss to overcome stressful situations.

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