Enhancing Your Well-being: Healthy Strategies for Personal and Professional Success

March 28, 2017 • 12:30 PM • Law School 4047
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Please join Professor Dan Bowling as he presents on strategies law students can use to increase their happiness and well-being. Professor Bowling received his JD from Duke Law and his master's degree in positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to teaching courses in labor and employment law, he also designed and teaches the Well-Being and Practice of Law course at Duke Law. Professor Bowling is also a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania where he assists Dr. Martin Seligman, commonly known as the founder of positive psychology, in teaching graduate level courses on positive psychology, positive humanities, and character strengths and virtues. The North Carolina Lawyers Assistance Program will also be on hand to talk about their services for law students and professionals. Program sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs in recognition of the ABA Law Student Division's National Mental Health Day. For more information, please contact Leigh Marquess at