June 24, 2019 Techno Ethics

If You Don’t Mind . . . ?

James Ellis Arden

Jan L. Jacobowitz, director of the Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program at the University of Miami School of Law, believes that the experience attorneys gain by practicing mindfulness, “by noticing their minds moving off into distraction, and returning their attention to their breath,” makes them better equipped to deal with the unexpected, and better able to focus on and enjoy their work (Jan L. Jacobowitz, “The Benefits of Mindfulness for Litigators,” Litigation, Spring 2013 (39:2), at 27–29).

Premium Content For:
  • Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division
Join - Now