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Law firm A&L Goodbody's art classes to help staff de-stress

Stephen Whalley (left) and Dawn Crothers (centre) with ALG staff Michael Neill, Jill Michael and Glenda McStravick
Stephen Whalley (left) and Dawn Crothers (centre) with ALG staff Michael Neill, Jill Michael and Glenda McStravick

Corporate law firm A&L Goodbody (ALG) has hosted two art classes as part of Mental Health and Wellbeing Week.

The two 90-minute sessions with artists Stephen Whalley and Dawn Crothers were held at the firm's city centre offices to help staff unwind and develop their creativity.

Michael Neill, head of ALG's Belfast office, said: "At ALG we recognise the importance of engaging with the wider interests of our clients and staff, alongside their professional interests.

"Our employees work extremely hard every day and we are aware that taking time out to relax is vital for their health and wellbeing.

"As a firm, we continue to forge strong links with the arts community as we realise the mutual benefit these collaborations can bring.

"These workshops are the latest in a number of our initiatives designed to support the local arts and culture sector."

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