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Grit & Resilience: Well-Being for Law Students and Lawyers

Law can a challenging profession; these resources can help.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness refers to focusing attention on and being present in the current moment. Forms of meditation are used to train the mind and center attention on immediate conditions. Mindfulness approaches can relieve stress and anxiety.

Guided meditation

Scott Rogers, founder and director of the University of Miami School of Law's Mindfulness in Law Program, researches cognitive science, mindfulness, and their relation to law study and practice. In a series of YouTube Channels, Professor Rogers shares guided practices that engage sight, sound and touch. Explore channels for the Mindful Law Student and the Mindful Lawyer. Try the brief exercise: Order in the Cortex.

Programs at other law schools