Lawyers often overlook sleep as a critical component of personal and professional success. Studies have shown that sleep is as vital to overall well-being as regular exercise and eating a balanced diet.
When lawyers get enough high-quality sleep, they can enjoy optimal health, well-being, and be at their best in all areas of their lives and practices. Data also shows that without enough high-quality sleep lawyers are undermining their own professional competence, diminishing their mental health, and increasing their risk of errors and malpractice.
Come learn from a sleep doctor and attorney well-being expert about how to get more high-quality sleep so you can be at your best!
By the end of this presentation, you’ll know:
How sleep improves how you feel and perform
Why high-achieving professionals like lawyers struggle with sleep
Practical tips to improve your sleep quality and amount of sleep so you can feel and perform
When it’s time to see professional help and where to start
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Kendra Brodin, Esq., MSW
Kendra Brodin, Esq., MSW is Founder and CEO of EsquireWell, a legal well-being and professional development company providing consulting, training, and the EsquireWell Academy, a cutting-edge online learning community, helping lawyers and legal professionals be happier, healthier, and more successful. Prior to founding EsquireWell, Kendra was Chief Attorney Development Officer at a large national law firm. With a master’s degree in social work, a law degree, and nearly 20 years of experience in legal professional development and well-being, Kendra brings the "people" side and the "business" side of the law as she guides legal organizations and their people to thrive now and in the future.
Dr. Jagdeep Bijwadia
Dr. Jagdeep Bijwadia is Founder and CEO of SleepMedRx and also serves as Chief Medical Officer of Whole You and Beddr. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Sleep Medicine. Prior to starting his own practice in Minnesota, he served as Attending Physician at HealthPartners Medical Group (HPMG) where he was the Department Head and Director of the Sleep Medicine Center. He currently holds a faculty position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the University of Minnesota where he previously served as Director of the Sleep Program. He has been named top doctor by Minneapolis/St. Paul and US News & World Reports.