Richard Collier is undertaking research on anxiety amongst junior lawyers and is looking to hear from junior lawyers about their experiences of anxiety in the work place.

Richard Collier is a professor of law at Newcastle University and member of the legal professions wellbeing taskforce. It has the support of the Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship and the charity Anxiety UK. This project, entitled ‘Wellbeing, Law and Society: Politics, Policy and Practice - A Socio-Legal Study’, is likely to be the first study of its kind dedicated exclusively to the interconnections between law and wellbeing. 

Richard is keen to speak to any junior lawyers (up to five years’ PQE) who have experiences of anxiety, perceived causes, organisational responses and understanding. Interviews would be completely anonymous and last about an hour.

If you’re able to assist, please contact Richard Collier