Advancing wellness for Law
Digital conversation Thursday 7th July 9.30 in collaboration with the Association of Law Teachers
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- Join Zoom Meeting https://port-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/84485605341?pwd=KHKSHwmQzz-Rx2GXMjzmqf391DiLh4.1
- Meeting ID: 844 8560 5341 Passcode: 889413
Professor Caroline Strevens: A discussion of Mentoring
The Association of Law Teachers is launching a mentoring scheme for members. Full details of this can be found on the website.
Not everyone considers that a hierarchical approach to the mentoring relationship is beneficial. As we launch this new scheme we invite discussion as to the merits and imperfections of mentoring.
Caroline Strevens: Professor of Legal Education, University of Portsmouth. Caroline’s academic career was preceded by a career in legal practice as a Solicitor. Caroline’s primary research area is legal education including investigating how principles of positive psychology may influence wellbeing of staff and students in Higher Education. . She is a co-founder of Advancing Wellness in Law network. She is also part of an international team that is investigating perceptions of wellbeing in senior managers to inform the development of international guidelines to support staff and students in Law Schools.
Dr Ernestine Gheyoh Ndzi: EDI through a personal lens.
Dr Ernestine Gheyoh Ndzi: Associate Dean: Law and Policing, York Business School, York St John University. Ernestine’s research interest lies in the areas of company law and employment law. Recently, she has been researching widely on the challenges of shared parental leave. Ernestine is interested in equality, diversity and inclusion agenda, for which is a co-chair for the Race Equality Charter Self-Assessment Team at York St John University and also supports the equality and diversity agenda with BFN as a member of the board of Trustees.