Law Firms Don't Need to Spend A Lot of Money to Prevent Burnout, Says Perkins Coie's Jennifer Bluestein
In this week's episode, Jennifer Bluestein shared that law firms don't need to spend a bunch of money on amenities such as an in-house therapist to prevent attorney burnout. "It's about allowing people time and space to actually turn off work and focus on other things in their lives," Bluestein said.
"The odds are high that [students] will graduate, pass the bar, and get a job—the statistics confirm this." Erwin Chemerinsky, dean, and Jesse H. Choper distinguished professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, told Law.com Wednesday, adding that "My advice is to enjoy the experience. Some of that is keeping it all in perspective."