Productivity and Pandemic Practice:
Attorney Panel Discussion on How to Maximize Productivity at Work While Making Room for More Free Time
Sponsored by the VADA Wellness Committee
D. Cameron Beck, McCandlish HoltonMartin A. Conn, Moran Reeves & ConnJulie Seyfarth, Chesterfield County Attorney's Office
Productivity and efficiency are critical for civil litigators. Even under ideal circumstances, optimizing peak performance both qualitatively and quantitatively is no easy feat. Add to that effort a pandemic that shifted the landscape of our practice to significantly more remote and isolated work, and productivity and efficiency have adopted new meanings.
What does a productive day look like now? How to incorporate physical movement into back-to-back virtual depositions? Aside from a computer screen, where to find social interaction? What happens to mental sanity when the workday no longer has a finite beginning or end? How to smoothly clip in to and out of the lawyer role when working in close proximity with family members?
Our panelists will address these topics and more, sharing their tips and tricks for maintaining physical and mental wellness.
The event is fully virtual, via Zoom, and free to current and potential VADA members.
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