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Mindfulness & Well-Being

This guide is dedicated to providing mindfulness and well-being resources for a variety of academic areas.


Suggested Readings.

Blatt, W. S. (2002). MINDFULNESS IN THE LAW AND ADR: What's Special About Meditation? Contemplative Practice for American Lawyers. Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 7125.

George, S. J. (2015). The Cure for the Distracted Mind: Why Law Schools Should Teach Mindfulness. Duquesne Law Review, 53215.‚Äč

Gold, A. S. (2016). The Art of Being Mindful in the Legal World: A Challenge for Our Times. Florida Bar Journal, 90(4), 16-23.

Halpern, C. (2012). The Mindful Lawyer: Why Contemporary Lawyers Are Practicing Meditation. Journal Of Legal Education, 61(4), 641.

Kruse, K. R. (2010). MINDFULNESS, EMOTIONS, AND ETHICS IN LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Lawyers in Character and Lawyers in Role. Nevada Law Journal, 10393.

Magee, R. V. (2011). EDUCATING LAWYERS TO MEDITATE?. UMKC Law Review, 79535.

Mindfulness on the Bench. (2016). Florida Bar Journal, 90(4), 24-25.

Rogers, S. (2016). Mindfulness in Law and the Importance of Practice. Florida Bar Journal, 90(4), 10-14.