Wellness in the legal industry CPD virtual event

Wednesday 3 March

Event details

Join the Deakin Law School Alumni Chapter for an interactive CPD virtual event focused on wellbeing in the legal industry.

Hear from special guests and alumni Lauren Solomonson, Lauren Kelindeman and Martin Krivosija as they explore the impact of our changing workplaces and gain some practical tips, tricks and resources for managing your mental health and implementing your own wellness initiatives in the new COVID-normal.

This session will include an interactive wellness activity, led by Lauren Kelindeman, and participants will be eligible for one CPD point for their participation. Please have a pen and paper available to participate.


Lauren Solomonson (BA/LLB '19) is a lawyer at Coulter Roache in the Wills, Estates & Succession Planning team, and is the Deakin Law School Alumni Chapter Marketing and Communications Director. She was a finalist in the 2020 Wellness Advocate of the Year category at both the Lawyer’s Weekly Women in Law Awards and 30 Under 30 Awards, as well as the Geelong Advertiser’s 2020 Women of the Year Awards. In addition to her niche interest in the inheritance requirements for digital assets, Lauren pioneered the introduction of her firm’s inaugural Innovation Committee and is passionate about running workplace events that foster positive, meaningful relationships.

Lauren Kelindeman (LLB(Hons) '16) is an Associate and Wellbeing Champion at Legalite. She specialises in commercial law, with clients ranging from start-ups to large international franchises. She is passionate about improving mental health in the legal profession and was the Wellness Advocate of the Year at the Women in Law Awards 2020. In 2020, she was also a Wellness Initiative finalist at the Australian Law Awards, a Wellness Advocate finalist in the 30 under 30 Awards, and Innovator of the Year finalist at the Women in Law Awards. Lauren is also a published children’s book illustrator and loves being creative.

Martin Krivosija (BIS/LLB '18) is a Youth Ambassador for the Mental Health Foundation of Australia. Following his Practical Legal Training, Martin worked at a civil litigation firm where he focused on insurance matters for three years. After recognising his passion for online marketing and business growth, Martin changed course and now runs a marketing agency that helps law firms generate new clients via their websites.