Life With Law is a series of FREE talks offering inspiration and ideas for living a good, happy and satisfying life (whilst practicing law)
On 'Loving change'
We can all agree that 2016 was a year of change on many levels. Samantha will address how to deal with change in a positive way; be it at work, at home or on a larger scale. As change happens at an ever increasing rate, Samantha will look at strategies to embrace the opportunities it brings.
On 'How to change the world'
Writer of How To Change The World, John-Paul returns to Life With Law to discuss how to identify what is most important to you and ways to overcome the obstacles that may hold you back. He comes to us to ask “How can I, one individual in a world of billions, change things?”.
The Auditorium, Adelaide House, London Bridge, London, EC4R 9HA, map link
Nearest tube station is
Nearest train station is
London Cannon St
Nearest bus stop is directly outside
Adelaide House, listen for
the Monument station stop
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We like working with lawyers because they’re thoughtful, intelligent and tell us good stories (and yes, we know there are exceptions). Though they’re good at helping clients, lawyers are not always so good at managing their own lives – or at helping their team to manage theirs. Life With Law is here to provide a forum for lawyers to find inspiration and ideas about life and work. We invite some of the best speakers to help you to reflect and then make your ideas happen.
Life With Law was created by the team at LOD (Lawyers On Demand). Notwithstanding our heritage, Life With Law is not about promoting any particular direction or path, but simply to help lawyers to locate those thoughts that are probably already sitting in the back of their head somewhere. And we want to do that with a smile. Life With Law is a work in progress – we don’t know where it will go but if you’re curious we’d like to hear from you. Do sign up for our events or register to keep in touch.