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Mindfulness Training

(Join us at a new date & time,
after we had to postpone due to the
Northern California power-outage.)

Mindfulness to Support Ethical,
Competent, Unbiased Lawyering

with Judi Cohen
Yoga with Carl Speizer, MD

Sunday, November 24th, 9:15 am – 4:30 pm
Green Gulch Farm, Muir Beach, CA

3 California MCLE credits including
Legal Ethics, Competency Issues, and
Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society

$110 including lunch

Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers®
Basic Training
Your Timetable, Your Device
with Judi Cohen

Six Videos. Detailed Written Materials.
Downloadable Guided Meditations. Bonus Slides.
Your timetable. Your device.

6 California* MCLE Credits:
4 Ethics, 1 Elimination of Bias, 1 Competence

Why mindfulness is a foundation for ethical lawyering.
How to be more effective with mindful communication.
How resilience builds competence and wellbeing.
Why emotional intelligence supports ethical practice.
How mindfulness mitigates and heals bias.
How to build a mindful, ethical practice.


*Not a California lawyer? Check with your state bar about reciprocal credits.

Contact us about discounts for firm-wide licenses.

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

Litigation Associate

"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

“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

"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
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