Mindfulness Workshop - W

Studies show that mindfulness can help people be healthier, happier, more positive, and more productive.  Whether you are a long-time mindfulness practitioner or simply want to learn about all the buzz is about, the Chicago Bar Association’s Mindfulness and Wellness Committees invite you to join us for a mindfulness workshop that will feature prominent mindfulness in the law scholars, attorneys from various segments of the profession discussing how mindfulness helps their practice. 

Plenary Session
An Introduction to Mindfulness for Lawyers: This talk will cover what mindfulness means, its relevance for practicing lawyers and judges, and some of the science behind why it can be helpful in managing stress, enhancing well-being, and increasing focus.  It will also present the findings of the first published empirical study of mindfulness effects for law students.
Professor Richard C. Reuben, President, Mindfulness in Law Society; James Lewis Parks Professor of Law, Missouri School of Law

Panel Discussion
How does mindfulness help attorneys navigate their careers and support their practice?  Lawyers from across the profession will share how mindfulness helps them be their best and manage the stress and anxiety inherent to the practice of law.  
Panelists:
Professor Teresa Frisbie
, Director, Dispute Resolution Program, School of Law, Loyola University Chicago
Erica Gholson, Associate Director of Professional Development, McDermott Will & Emory
Hon. Kay Hanlon (ret.), Circuit Court of Cook County; Mediator, ADR Systems
Sharon Neal, Environmental, Health and Safety Counsel, Exelon Corporation
Moderator:
Jonathan Beitner, Certified Attorney Coach and Well-Being Advocate
When
5/17/2019
Where
The Chicago Bar Assocation 321 S Plymouth Ct Chicago, IL 60604 UNITED STATES

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MCLE Credit: 1.5 IL Mental Health/Substance Abuse PR-MCLE credit (approved)
Event Type: Seminar

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