The Solicitors’ Charity has launched a new survey and needs the legal profession’s contribution to be able to shape its support as it looks forward to recovering from COVID-19.
The views provided in the survey could make a real difference to solicitors who find themselves struggling with issues created in the wake of COVID-19 including money, mental health, resources, redundancy, commuting, remote working, workload and more.
The survey’s aim is to understand solicitors’ experiences of the last few months and find out what challenges they think might lay ahead.
Nick Gallagher, CEO of The Solicitors’ Charity said: “We’ve helped many people in the legal profession during the pandemic through our Personal Hardship Fund but to ensure we can offer solicitors the most tailored support possible we need to understand what they may have experienced recently and how they see the landscape ahead. Getting as many responses as possible to the survey is vital to providing the most complete view of the profession at this time so we’d be grateful for solicitors taking 10 minutes to help.”
To take part in the survey please visit https://www.sba.org.uk/covid-19/back-to-work-survey/