Prague: A week of learning about law and mental health
David Yamada will present “a short paper on workplace bullying, mobbing, and incivility in academe as part of a panel discussion on higher education.” That’s a panel I definitely want to learn more about — and hope all the papers will be available online or for download.
Postcard views everywhere in Prague. Here, Old Town Square.
I’m spending a week in Prague, Czech Republic, for the 35th International Congress on Law and Mental Health, sponsored and organized by the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH). Among other things, today I facilitated a session to launch the formation of the new International Society for Therapeutic Jurisprudence (more on that in my next post), and tomorrow I’m presenting a short paper on workplace bullying, mobbing, and incivility in academe as part of a panel discussion on higher education.
The IALMH’s biennial Congress is a global event, with presenters and attendees from around the world participating in dozens of panel discussions running each day for a full week. Law professors, lawyers, and judges join psychologists, psychiatrists, and those from other professional and academic disciplines to discuss important issues of law and mental health. This has become an…
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