Getting Back to Work: Developing Well-Being to Deal with the Changing Times
In this workshop, we will look at some of our concerns as we look forward to a new beginning. We will ask about what we are looking forward to; what we are resistant to and we will learn some techniques to help us move through these changing times.
Derek LaCroix, QC, joined LAPBC as our Executive Director in 1997. With 46+ years’ work experience, he brings a sincere and valued perspective to his commitment to both the organization and to the BC legal profession. Derek practiced law for 19 years, primarily as a trial lawyer, and went on to expand his skills in business and counseling. This diverse range of interests has helped Derek become a respected leader in the legal, health care and recovery communities. He has served on committees with the Canadian Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He was a Commissioner of the Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs (CoLAP) and the Chair of the annual CoLAP conference for several years. He is also on several non-profit boards of societies dealing with addictions, education and spirituality. He is often called upon to present seminars and workshops throughout the province, and is tireless in his efforts to make a positive difference in the lives of legal professionals and those who care about them. He received the designation of Queen’s Counsel in 2004.
This CPD has been approved for 1.5 hours by the Law Society of British Columbia and may be applied towards the mandatory 12 hour Continuing Professional Development requirement in both BC and Yukon.
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