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 on an interdisciplinary, nonpartisan exploration of how meditation and practicing mindful awareness can impact civil behavior and dialogue in today’s challenging social and political environment. Live and on-line. CLE credit available.
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