The College of Law conducts wellbeing survey

The survey aims to create a wellness benchmark for the legal profession

The College of Law conducts wellbeing survey

The College of Law has launched a survey into the wellbeing trends in legal workplaces in New Zealand.

Called The College of Law Legal Health and Wellbeing Survey, the survey aims to create a wellness benchmark for the legal profession that can be measured every year.

The institution has tapped Perceptive, an independent research agency, to conduct the survey. Respondents will complete the survey anonymously.

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The College of Law said that it is keen to gather responses from both fee earners and support staff.

The survey can be found here.

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