Marriage In Law: Insights from Happily Married Lawyers

By Multiple Authors

About The Video

Lawyers are trained to craft, make, and deliver winning arguments. In successive surveys and studies, however, successful lawyering does not often translate into having successful, meaningful lives. The well-being crisis in the legal profession puts at risk lawyers’ most valuable relationships, including marriage. In this first event in the Program’s In Law Lawyer Well-Being Initiative, Harvard Law alumni will discuss insights they have learned from having successful marriages despite the significant stress and challenges of lawyering. Come learn ways to envision and safeguard your important relationships over the course of your professional career.

Our Moderators:
Mr. David French ’94, Political commentator/author, and Ms. Nancy French, author

Our panelists will include:
Mr. Eric Groen ’96, General Counsel of Rani Therapeutics, and Ms. Yvonne Groen ’96, retired law practitioner and stay-at-home Mom

Rev. John Lin, Theologian-in-Residence, Program on Biblical Law and Christian Legal Studies, and Ms. Kyoko Takahashi Lin ’96, Partner, Davis Polk

Mr. Julian Nunally ’20, Associate, Jones Day, and Ms. Kianna Nunally, Harvard ’18, UMN Medical School ’23

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