Learn Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers® (EML) from some of the most highly acclaimed mindfulness & law teachers in North America.

MCLE-Accredited Online Courses*

Understand mindfulness. Make the connection between mindfulness and law. Learn mindfulness practices to become a better, happier lawyer. Study on your schedule and device.

*Get MCLE credit in California. Let us help you apply for MLCE in other states.

MCLE-Accredited In-House Programs

Join firms and organizations like Wilson Sonsini, Seyfarth Shaw, Manatt, Fox Rothschild, NALP, the PDC, and the San Francisco District Attorney in offering smart, secular, validated, MCLE-accredited EML programs at your office or retreat.

MCLE-Accredited Retreats

Network and practice with other mindful lawyers, judges, and conflict professionals, in short and long retreats where you’ll learn practical mindfulness tools to employ at work and home. MCLE credit is available for all California lawyers and is often available in other states.

Wake Up Call

Join a growing community of mindful practitioners online on Thursday mornings for a ten minute mindfulness talk and ten minute, basic meditation.

One-on-One Mindfulness Coaching

Get individualized coaching to kickstart or support your mindfulness work. (Space is limited.)

Leadership & Teacher Training

Apply to the 2017-2018 Mindfulness in Law Leadership & Teacher Training. Deepen your practice; learn to teach mindfulness at your firm, in your legal community, and at your local law school or alma mater; and master tools to become a leader in the mindfulness-in-law movement.

Essential Mindfulness For Law Students – coming soon!

Add mindfulness to your toolbox from the beginning of your legal education and training, to lower stress, increase resilience, and enjoy law school more. Learn how to stay balanced, meet the high expectations of the profession, and preserve time for your personal life.

"I notice how much stress is created by worrying about things that might happen in the future. [Mindfulness] helps me to ask, 'What do I need to get through today, or the next day?'"

Assistant District Attorney

"Mindfulness will very much positively impact my work as it will allow me to better manage my response to stressful situations, improving focus and mental clarity, thereby allowing for more productivity and thoughtfulness."

Corporate Associate

“I did child abuse cases for years and it was soul-crushing.... [B]eing curious and compassionate towards the adversary…help(s) the adversarial relationship be more about the work and...[about] understanding that when [someone is] being a jerk, I don’t have to take it personally."

Assistant District Attorney

"[T]he work that we are doing is helping me to develop a new compass. It’s going to take some work, but I think I will find a way to reconcile who I am and what I do. This should benefit not only me, but also my clients."

Litigation Associate

"Should be mandatory for all; the folks who need it most, don’t realize they need it."

Litigation Associate
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