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Spiritual Well-Being: What it is and How to Ignite it in Ourselves and Others?
Bree Buchanan
Kendra Bodin
Jarrett Green

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The CLE is pre approved for credit in Arkansas. Attendees from other states are responsible for seeking credit. 

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Bree Buchanan
Bree Buchanan is founding co-chair of the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-being and is a co-author of its groundbreaking 2017 report, The Path to Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change. In December 2020, she was appointed Board President of the newly formed Institute for Well-being in Law, a nonprofit think-tank dedicated to bringing about systemic change in the legal profession such that considerations of well-being become central to the practice. Ms. Buchanan served as chair of the ABA Commission on Lawyers Assistance Programs (2017-2020) and as director of the Texas Lawyers Assistance Program from 2013 until retirement in 2018. Her tenure with that program followed a two-decade legal career which included positions as a litigator, lobbyist, and law professor. She is now Senior Advisor with Krill Strategies, Inc., providing consultation on issues related to lawyer well-being and impairment for major legal employers.
Jarrett Green
Jarrett Green, Esq., M.A., is a former commercial litigator who left the practice of law years ago so he could live his passion of helping lawyers, law students, legal professionals, and other high-stress individuals experience less stress, more happiness, greater focus, improved productivity, optimized cognition, and enhanced overall success in their work, and lives. He has a Masters in Psychology and is the co-founder of USC Gould School of Law’s nationally-recognized Mindfulness, Stress Management, & Peak Performance Program. Jarrett consults to and leads programs at nearly half of the AmLaw 100, including Skadden Arps, Gibson Dunn, Sullivan & Cromwell, White & Case, and Mayer Brown, as well as many Fortune 500 companies, including U.S. Bank, NBC-Universal, Hyundai Motor Company, Salesforce, and Allstate Insurance Company. Learn more at Jarrett-Green.com.
Kendra Brodin
Kendra Brodin is the Founder and CEO of EsquireWell, a lawyer well-being and professional development company, providing consulting, training, and the EsquireWell Academy, a cutting-edge online learning community, to help lawyers be happier, healthier, and more successful. Prior to founding her company, Kendra was Chief Attorney Development Officer at Taft, Stettinius & Hollister where she managed firm-wide lawyer training and development as well as well-being initiatives. Kendra is a frequent presenter, coach, and consultant for small, mid-sized, and large law firms, legal departments, and law schools, and she teaches a course called “Well-being and Professional Formation” at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis. With a master’s degree in social work, a law degree, and nearly 20 years of professional experience in legal professional development and well-being, Kendra brings together the "people" side and the "business" side of the law as she guides legal orgs.