Monday, July 12, 2021, 6 p.m.
(See below to register via Zoom.)
Nicole R. Lewis, Esq.
Nicole R. Lewis, Esq. is a San Francisco Bay Area native, born and raised in Vallejo, California. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University Fresno and her Juris Doctor degree from Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California. Nicole has been a member of the State Bar of California since December 2001.
Prior to practicing law, Nicole worked for James Hahn’s mayoral campaign and then began working at the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office in August 2001. She was a Mayoral Aide for Mayor James Hahn until July 2002 when she began her legal career as a Child Support Services Department Staff Attorney for the County of Los Angeles.
Nicole has spent most of her career as a solo-practitioner and now practices all aspects of family law including other legal matters that her clients faced, such as juvenile dependency, special education, bankruptcy, guardianship, civil litigation, and criminal defense.
In addition to practicing law, Nicole has served as an Adjunct Law Professor at Irvine University College of Law where she taught torts and criminal law to first-year law students. Nicole would also spend time outside of the classroom holding study groups with her students to assist them with their legal writing and other test taking skills.
When Nicole is not practicing law, she enjoys participating in fitness related activities. Nicole obtained her certification in group fitness from the Athletics and Fitness Association of America, and she coaches high-intensity interval training in the Bay Area.
Managing Stress in the Law Office
Are you feeling tired or stressed? Do you frequently lose sleep over the amount of work that you have? You are not alone! Legal field burnout is a real thing and trying to manage it on your own can seem like an impossible task. In this month’s meeting, our speaker Nicole R. Lewis, Esq. will talk about the common stressors of the legal workplace and some easy, practical methods to overcome them. She will include ways to improve your work-life balance, how to reduce anxiety, and effective ways to manage your caseload.
Sorry, this program does not qualify for MCLE/CCLS credit.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jul 12, 2021 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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