Mindfulness is the ability to be in the present moment fully, intentionally, and non-judgmentally. Practicing mindfulness cultivates many skills and mental qualities that can be helpful to those in the legal profession, including the ability to focus and concentrate, recognize and let go of distractions, manage stress and other emotions, and accept others openly, compassionately, and authentically.
Join us for interactive discussions about life and lawyering during the pandemic on Tuesdays (lawyers), Wednesdays (everyone) and Thursdays (law students) every week. The half-hour sessions are live on Zoom at 7:30 p.m. EST. You can also participate any other time you want on the MILS Facebook page. We look forward to your experiences, concerns, ideas, humor, music/video posts, and other ways of staying connected during these challenging times.
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