At the University of San Francisco Rhonda Magee teaches third-year lawyers the fundamentals of mindfulness, reports MINDFUL in the June 2013 edition. The course is "Contemplative Lawyering." Consequently lawyers can help their clients frame their complaints more effectively, which could prove out to be more cost efficient. Mindfulness is the art and science of staying in the moment.
Lawyers in Connecticut are lucky. They can tune up on mindfulness at the New Haven, CT Zen Center six-hour retreat on Saturday, June 15th. The guiding teacher will be Paul Majchrzyk, JDPSN. There will be sitting and walking meditation, along with refreshments. The address is 193 Mansfield Street, not far from Yale. There is free parking on the street. Lawyers can find out more information, including the sliding scale for fees (click on UPDATE PAGE), by going to the Zen Center website. They can contact the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and 203-787-0912.
Everyone is welcome to the retreat, not just lawyers.