b"BACK TO NAVIGATIONResilience@Law is a collaboration between seven major firms and The College of Law and takes a leadership role in raising awareness and understanding of the nature and impact of stress, depression and anxiety across the legal profession. They provide guidance across four areas; awareness and education, removing stigma, self-care, and support and resources 2020 AusLSA Member PerformanceDuring 2020 AusLSA members ramped up and adjusted delivery of psychological wellness initiatives in response to the impacts of COVID and their changed working arrangements. This included additions to their range of COVID specific initiatives in flexible working as well as psychological wellbeing. The number of AusLSA members with formal policy-based commitments to address psychological wellbeing is now at ninety-four percent.However, only just over one third of firms (thirty-five percent) make these commitments publicly. The AusLSA framework encourages the disclosure of mental health issues and firm policies to reinforce managements values and a culture of leadership that helps to reduce stigma of caring for mental health. All but one of these firms have a management structure in place for their policy implementation. The inclusion of workplace committees jumped from forty-eight percent to fifty-nine percent this year which is a signal that mental health is becoming more embedded in firm culture. Forty-eight percent of firms allocated the responsibility for their policy implementation to a partner in the firm.Strong management and governance supports implementation of policy and delivers greater potential to improve awareness of the issues and shift firm culture.Sixty-one percent of firms were signatories to the Minds Count - Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation Workplace Wellbeing Best Practice Guidelines for the Legal Profession which is unchanged from last year.Firm based activities and initiatives to address mental illness and support psychological wellbeing were common with all surveyed firms participating.On average firms had 5.9 different initiatives in place, an increase from 4.6 last year. All firms participated in R U OK? Day and ninety-seven percent offered formal confidential psychological support delivered through employee assist programs. Ninety-one percent provided mental health first aid type training which increased from eighty percent last year. INITIATIVES SURVEYSignatory to Minds Count Foundation'sTJMF GuidelinesBeyond Blue programsR U OK? programsBlack Dog programsConfidential professional psychologicalsupport/EAPMental health first aid training andinternal supportMental Health Awareness WeekResilience@Law memberMindfulness Resilience and StressManagement TrainingSalary continuanceHosting and/or leading externalprograms and/or forumsDomestic Violence AwarenessMental Health OfficeChampion/Manager0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Perecentage of firmsAverage number of initiatives per firm: 6 Yes 72% No 16% Not Reported 6%Currently in Development 6%33"