Mindfulness and Well-Being in Law Schools and the Legal Profession
Southwestern Law Review is pleased to announce this special issue that will appear Fall 2018 - Spring 2019.
Featuring papers from the following:
- Lisle Baker, Professor, Suffolk Law School, “Integrating Positive Psychology into Legal Education”
- Susan L. Brooks, Associate Dean and Professor, Drexel Kline School of Law, “Mindful Engagement and Relational Lawyering”
- Anthony Cullen, Senior Lecturer in Law, Middlesex University School of Law, “Cultivating a ‘Reflective Approach’ to the Practice of Law: The Use of Meditation in Legal Education”
- Jarrett Green & Rebecca A. Simon (co-authors), Professors, Southwestern Law School, "Self-Mastery: the Pathway to Peak Performance & Law School Greatness"
- Peter H. Huang, Professor, University of Colorado Law School, “Mindfulness in Legal Ethics and Professionalism”
- Tim Iglesias, Professor, University of San Francisco School of Law, “Mindfulness As Resistance”
- Alison Lintal, Director of Career Services & Internship Programs, Penn State’s Dickinson Law, “Using Mindfulness Meditation to Foster Reflection in Externships”
- Nathalie Martin, Professor, University of New Mexico Law, “The Virtue of Vulnerability”
- Brian Pappas, Professor, Boise State University, “The Mindful Mediator”
- Richard Reuben, Professor, Missouri Law School, First-Ever Mindfulness in Law Study
- Diana Winston, Director, UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, “Relevance of Mindfulness In The Law”