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2020 Lawyer Well-Being as a Professional Priority

The landscape of the profession is changing regarding lawyer wellness with an increase in awareness, understanding and development of resources and tools to assist all lawyers with being well. This presentation will include an analysis of the data spurring the movement, anecdotal experiences related to unique burdens borne by lawyers, and discussion of the work being done to help lawyers healthily manage those burdens.
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Lawyer Well-being |  New Attorney

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The landscape of the profession is changing regarding lawyer wellness with an increase in awareness, understanding and development of resources and tools to assist all lawyers with being well. This presentation will include an analysis of the data spurring the movement, anecdotal experiences related to unique burdens borne by lawyers, and discussion of the work being done to help lawyers healthily manage those burdens.

Speakers: John R. Gunn, The Gunn Law Firm, PC, St. Louis; Hon. William J. Gust, St. Louis County Court, St. Louis

Moderator:
MAR 18 & APR 13 | Hon. William J. Gust

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2020 Lawyer Well-Being as a Professional Priority

John Gunn Related seminars and products: 1

The Gunn Law Firm, P.C.


John Gunn practices with Gunn Law Firm PC in St. Louis and is the 2020-2021 President of The Missouri Bar.


2020 Lawyer Well-Being as a Professional Priority

Hon. William Gust Related seminars and products: 2

Probate Commissioner-St. Louis County Court


William Gust is the Probate Commissioner for probate court of St. Louis County. Commissioner Gust regularly hears a variety of contested probate matters including: adult guardianships, minor guardianships, contested matters relating to decedent estates, trust matters, and mental health civil commitment matters. Commissioner Gust also presides over the administration of probate matters. Prior to his time on the bench, Commissioner Gust was a shareholder at an Am Law 100 law firm. While in practice he maintained both a local and national practice. He tried and litigated cases in various parts of the United States, ranging from St. Louis County Probate Court to Delaware Chancery Court. His specialties included everything from contested probate matters to complex civil matters.