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Judicial Stress and Resiliency: 2021 Pandemic Holiday Edition
December 15, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmFree
December 15, 2021
12:00 P.M. PT
Is judging during the pandemic different from what you expected when you became a judge? Do you seek stronger connections with your work and with your colleagues? Have the recent setbacks in many reopening plans been a new source of disappointment and stress? It’s worth reflecting on these issues as we approach a new year, particularly since the winter holidays typically are a challenging time for many of us.
In 2020 and 2021, the Berkeley Judicial Institute offered four webinars on judicial temperament. These programs offered perspective that we hope will be helpful to judges at any time. The ongoing stresses of the pandemic encourage us to offer (at least) one more. In this program we will focus on these ongoing stresses and how judges are coping—and can cope—with them, regardless of the temperamental traits you bring to the bench.
Join Judge Jeremy Fogel, BJI’s Executive Director, and Professor Terry Maroney as they devote a full program to answering questions submitted by you and that they’ve encountered in their many recent conversations with judges about the impact of the pandemic on judicial stress and resilience.
Submit your questions in advance here, or ask them during the program.
CLE credit offered.