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BIALL is laying the foundations for a thoughtful, genuine and sustained commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I), embedded throughout BIALL activities and events. Here D&I Working Group members Narinder Toor and Julia Bhojoo set out the background to this new initiative, including the creation of the working group, and the key goals, progress made and future priorities. To tie in with International Stress Awareness Week and World Kindness Day, the working group arranged the inaugural BIALL wellbeing event focused on mental health. This article highlights many of the speaker's tips and the helpful techniques that can assist with stress and anxiety. It also provides BIALL members with details on how to contribute to the D&I dialogue as well as access useful mental health resources and other wellbeing support.
Back in December 2009, I joined Arnold & Porter as an information professional. Working at a law firm that values and celebrates the contributions made by their support staff, has meant that this role has transformed into a very rewarding career. Reflecting on the last 10 years, the one word I would use to sum up law librarianship is expertise. As information professionals, we research and review areas and concepts that are unfamiliar but we are adept at not only pinpointing the key points and issues but conveying them with clarity, certainty and confidence. As well as providing this invaluable support, we guide, inform and advise. Over the past decade, BIALL has remained central to the law librarian community, helping us to navigate the ever changing landscape of the legal sector.
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