TRP 104: The Flourishing Lawyer: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Performance and Well-Being with Heidi K Brown

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Having suffered from extreme public speaking anxiety throughout law school and law practice, Heidi’s passion lies in researching, studying, and writing about introversion, shyness, social anxiety, and extreme public speaking anxiety in the legal context—and helping quiet law students and lawyers amplify their authentic advocacy voices. Based on her research, she was appointed to serve as a Board Member of the Association of American Law Schools' Committee on Balance in Legal Education.

She also won the Global Legal Skills Award at the Global Legal Skills Conference at the Collegio di Giurisprudenza at the Università Degli Studi di Verona, in Verona, Italy in 2014, for “excellence in the advancement of global legal skills education around the world.”

Heidi is leading a Task Force on Law Student and Lawyer Well-Being at Brooklyn Law School.

Heidi is the author of four other books on federal litigation and legal writing. She resides in Brooklyn, New York and when she is not teaching or writing, she loves working out at SoulCycle, boxing, studying Italian, and accumulating stamps in her passport.

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Links:

https://www.brooklaw.edu/Contact-Us/Brown-Heidi-K

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http://www.theintrovertedlawyer.com/

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