The Professional Vitality Committee (PVC) focuses on the well-being of legal professionals –from the beginning of career to winding down, to retired – not only on the stresses of the profession but on the joys of our life experiences: on living while lawyering. We seek to draw on our collective experiences as legal professionals at varying stages of life and career(s) to provide the nexus of thought and vision to promote resilient leadership in these times of rapid universal and personal change (sometimes exciting and sometimes stressful).
Skills that help lawyers and judges successfully deal with the pressures and varying stress-levels inherent in an adversarial profession are essential to the health and vitality of the NCBA community. The PVC works to bring together proven ideas and to curate resources which encourage skills that positively affect human behavior and enhance enjoyment in being a legal professional. (Chair: Erna Womble; Staff Liaison: Holly Morris)
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