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Mindfulness and Law

Mindfulness practice means that we commit fully in each moment to being present. There is no "performance." There is just this moment. Jon Kabat-Zinn, from "Wherever You Go, There You Are."

Mindfulness in the Law Library

 

Articles:

Jeremy D. Fogel, Mindfulness and Judging:  Federal Judicial Center, 2016.

Filippa M. Anzalone, Zen and the Art of Multitasking: Mindfulness for Law Librarians, 107 Law Lib. J. 561 (2015).

Rhonda V. Magee, Educating Lawyers to Meditate?, 79 UMKC L. Rev. 535 (2010/11)

Matt Cook and Janet Brennan Croft, Interactive Mindfulness Technology:  A Walking Labyrinth in an Academic Library, 76 C&RL News 318 (2015).

Andrew Winston, A Bibliography of Resources on Mindfulness in the Law, 62 Va. Law. 55 (2014).