What is Mindfulness for the Legal Mind?
Mindfulness is knowing what’s happening in your head, being responsive instead of reactivity, and choosing to be your highest and best self, in each moment.
We blend classical mindfulness, contemporary neuroscience, and a cutting-edge understanding of the legal mind, in programs that empower you to be happier and more powerful, discerning, and influential. Learn mindfulness, get MLCE credits in California, and find out why lawyers say our trainings are like a “firehose of the coolest stuff I’ve ever studied.”
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Our MCLE-Accredited Mindfulness Training
Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers 2.0
- On demand, perpetual access
- All seven California MCLE specialty credits:
- 4 Ethics
- 2 Elimination of Bias – including Implicit Bias
- 1 Competence
- The Ethical Argument for Mindfulness for the Legal Mind
- Mindful Communication is Ethical Communication
- Ethical Tools for Working with Difficult Emotions
- Compassion as Crucial to Powerful, Ethical Advocacy
- Reducing Bias to Support Equity & Belonging in the Law
- Seeing & Understanding Implicit Bias
- Mindful Lawyering is Competent Lawyering
Since 2009, Warrior One’s science-based mindfulness trainings have helped lawyers, law professors, law students, mediators, professional development and wellbeing professionals, DEI leaders, and social justice advocates increase their own competence and wellbeing, and bring greater wisdom and compassion to the individuals and communities they serve.
“[Since taking EML,] I have placed more emphasis on the habit of courtesy – and have practiced putting away personal dislike I may have for opposing counsel.”
“EML training is incredibly powerful when you look at input vs. output. With as little as 5 minutes a day of meditation over a few weeks, I felt profound changes in my ability to choose my reactions to stressful or unpleasant situations.”
“The EML program reduced stress and increased resiliency and the ability to handle stressful interactions, peer to peer or supervisor to supervisee.”
“I am getting a tremendous amount out of this course. It’s helping me find (rediscover) my voice as an attorney. I am a litigator who does not like litigation. But the work that we are doing is helping me to develop a new compass.”
“I had limited expectations (I was actually skeptical). I was wrong. The program was enlightening + eye-opening, as well as educational.”