Making the Case for Mindfulness

“This may sound radical, but I’ll say it. Every lawyer should be practicing mindfulness.” This is a quote from Jeena Cho’s recent two-part article in Above the Law. The article discusses how compared to companies in corporate America, which have been actively implementing mindfulness programs, lawyers and law firms have been slow to adapt.

Cho and Karen Gifford are co-authors of the upcoming ABA book, The Anxious Lawyer, which introduces lawyers to meditation and mindfulness through a guided eight-week program. Together they also offer a number of CLE courses on mindfulness – find out more at http://theanxiouslawyer.com/.

Read part I and part II of “Why Every Lawyer Should Be Practicing Mindfulness.”

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